Sony is gearing up for yet another month of free games for its PS Plus members as it gets ‘into the Halloween spirit’. This time around PS4 users, who’re also PS Plus members, will get to play Friday the 13th: The Game and Laser League.
Sony has announced that PS Plus members will get a total of six games in October, two compatible titles each for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. PS4 member can also access a majority of the games meant for PS3 and PS Vita — courtesy cross buy.
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Free games for PS Plus members this October
- Friday the 13th: The Game (PS4)
- Laser League (PS4)
- Master Reboot (PS3)
- The Bridge (PS3; Cross-buy with PS4 and PS Vita)
- Rocketbirds 2: Evolution (PS Vita; Cross-buy with PS4)
- 2064 Read Only Memories (PS Vita; Cross-buy with PS4)
Other than all of this, the company has also announced the PlayStation Plus Blueshift Pack — for the fans of H1Z1 — that contains the Blue AR-15 schematic, Pro Gamer Hoodie, and Marine Blue Offroader.
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Free PlayStation VR Game for PS Plus members
In addition to the aforementioned games, in August, it was announced that PS Plus members will also get two bonus PS VR titles, which are still available.
Here They Lie will be available for PS Plus members up till October 2, to download and play free for their PS VR system.
Experience the game where death is not a checkpoint. Explore a nightmarish city inhabited by strange, malevolent creatures in this first-person horror game, where unsettling encounters and environments come to life.
PS Plus members also get the PlayLink game Knowledge is Power from August 7 through November 6, free to play. Outsmart your opponents with a massive variety of trivia questions and tactical challenges. Be sure to have a compatible mobile device and companion app and you’ll be all ready to play!
Note that a PlayStation 4 system, PlayStation VR and PlayStation Camera are required to experience VR functionality.
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