With less than a week until New Year’s, we still have a couple of games that will keep you busy during your Christmas break. Whether you’re piloting a powerful Titan or zipping through dirt tracks, these titles will keep you off your seats. Let’s take a look at the PlayStation Plus games of December 2019.
First game we have up is Titanfall 2. Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by EA, this is a first-person shooter you don’t want to miss. If you haven’t played the first Titanfall that was released back in 2014, definitely give this title a whirl.
Either take a jump on some multiplayer action as you control Titans, which are mecha-style exoskeletons and their Pilots. You have abilities that range from wall running and cloaking. This is fast-paced action don’t want to miss.
If you would like to dive into more depth within Titanfall 2, try out the single-player campaign. Play as Jack Cooper, who is a rifleman-turned-Pilot from the Frontier Militia. Trapped behind enemy lines with your new partner BT-7274, work together to escape the IMC and save the day. All your skills transfer from the campaign mode through its explosive multiplayer mode. So get on it before it’s not available anymore!
Monster Energy Supercross — The Official Videogame
To wrap up the year on this month’s PlayStation Plus games, next up is Monster Energy Cross – The Official Videogame. Developed by Milestone S.r.l and published by Milestone, this is a motocross title based off Monster Energy Supercross.
Start your career out in the 250SX and move your way up to the 450SX series of the Supercross Championship. Try out the the various official bikes, tracks and riders. All bikes and riders are very customizable with numerous items and brands to deck out your rider.
After you’re done spending hours designing custom creations, face off other players online and show them what you’re made of!
There you have it for December 2019’s PlayStation Plus games. With that said, these two games are available until January 6. If you didn’t like the lineup, what would you like to see in the start of the New Year? Sound off in the comments below and we will see you in 2020!