PlayStation Plus: December 2018

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PlayStation Plus December Games Announced

November 28, 2018

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 

Today, Sony on its PlayStation Blog has revealed the final games for this year's PlayStation Plus release. The main titles are Soma and Onrush Standard Digital Edition for the PS4.

Soma (11 GB) is a sci-fi horror game that has players battling under the Atlantic ocean in a world that will make players " question" their very existence. Onrush (14 GB) is an offroad arcade racing game that focuses on speed, takedowns, and teamwork.

 

Steredenn (PS3, 245 MB) is a "frenetic" shooter with gameplay that is split between a rogue-like and a "shmup" (Shoot-em'up). Steinsgate (PS3, 5 GB) is a visual novel where young scientists discover how to sent messages into the past. Iconoclast (PS Vita/PS4 Cross-Buy, 39 MB)  is an action adventure title where Robin, a mechanic, wants fix the world with a wrench. The last release is Papers, Please (PS Vita, 44 MB) which has players playing as an immigration inspector who control the flow of people entering a fictional communist state.

Players will also be able to gain extra resources in Warframe, with the Digital Extremes' dev team giving away the Warframe: PlayStation Plus Booster Pack III for players interested in the title. Upon opening the pack, players will receive 100 Platinum, 100,000 Credits, Quanta (a Corpus laser rifle), Quanta Obsidian Skin, 7-Day Affinity Booster, and a 7-Day Credit Booster. The pack will be available for PS Plus members from now until January 15, 2019.

 
 

Be sure to also check out last month's PS Plus releases if you haven't yet, as they still run until December 4th.

 
 

Quick Take:

Not a great PlayStation Plus release, but not a terrible one either. Still, I can't really imagine many people being too thrilled with this release, especially with it being December. Come on, Sony, give us something good for Christmas. A multiplayer shooter like Rainbow Six: Siege, or maybe even something like Far Cry 5? Oh well.

What do you think of December's PlayStation Plus releases? Are they good? Are they lackluster? Let us know in the comments!