PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games Announced

Published: November 27, 2019 1:30 PM /


PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games leaked rumor

The PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games have been announced, after being leaked by the Polish-language PlayStation website.

The leaks were spotted by games industry tweeter Nibel, who commented on them along with a link to the page. Although the page has now been removed, Nibel spotted it and talked about it on Twitter; now we have a pretty good idea of at least two of the games that should be on offer starting next month. (Probably.)

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The PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games

According to Nibel's tweet, the PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games are going to be Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross. This was later confirmed by a post on the PlayStation US website.

Titanfall 2 is, unsurprisingly, the second game in the Titanfall franchise. The single-player campaign diverged somewhat from the first game in the franchise, but kept the same great formula of running around the world with a big stompy mech and kicking butt. The Titanfall franchise more recently has played host to the first-person shooter Battle Royale game Apex Legends.

Monster Energy Supercross, on the other hand, is the premiere game to feature Monster Energy Drink with the sole exception of the recently-released Kojima Productions game Death Stranding. You'll be able to race with your favorite atheletes based on the 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, roaring over challenging tracks with tricked-out dirt bikes.

Overall, despite Nibel failing to get a screenshot, or archives having the Polish page, it turned out everything was accurate and now more people are going to have the opportunity to play Titanfall 2, and Monster Energy Supercross.

What do you think of the PlayStation Plus December 2019 Games? Do you think these are good choices for December or does it mark a lackluster end to the year? Let us know in the comments below!

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