2018 contained an amazing line-up of games spanning all consoles, especially for those playing on PlayStation. Last month there were some great offerings for PlayStation Plus users. Let’s unwrap these PS Plus gifts that Sony has to offer this December. These titles are available now until January 1, 2019.
December 2018 PlayStation Plus Lineup
The first game that we have on the list for the PlayStation 4 is Soma. Need a little scare this month? Developed by Fictional Games, Soma is a sci-fi horror title that has you questioning your very existence. Find yourself exploring down below the Atlantic ocean as you survive its hostile underwater world…if you dare.
To close off the PS4 games, we have Onrush. Need that adrenaline pumping through you? Onrush will give you just that. Speed through courses, take down other racers or team up with other players in a multiplayer team battle. Download this off-road arcade racing game for some high and exciting thrills!
Now moving onto the PS3 games. First up, we have Steredenn. Developed by Pixelnest Studio, this wild pixel and chaotic space shooter will leave you on your seat. Take on challenges with intense boss battles as you navigate your ship to battle against enemy space pirates. Fight your way in this endless survival shoot ’em up game!
Next up for the PS3 games is Steins;Gate. This visual novel title is about a group of students that happen to discover and develop technology that allows them to change the past. Unfold your own story as you branch off into different scenarios as your decisions affect the outcome. What’s your story?
- Iconoclasts (cross-buy)
- Papers, Please
Lastly, we are ending the year with these PS Vita games. First, we have Iconoclasts. In this platform adventure, you play as renegade mechanic Robin. The planet is dying, and you need to solve its mystery on what’s causing it. Explore this game’s beautiful world and its characters to solve complex puzzles. What’s a platformer without boss battles? This game is also available for cross-buy on the PS4 as well.
Let’s wrap things up with Papers, Please. Created by indie developer Lucas Pope, you play as an immigration inspector for a fictional country of Arstotzka in the year 1982. In this puzzle game, go through documents and use various tools to try and arrest perpetrators with forged or stolen documents. Play this puzzle game making minimal mistakes because it affects your salary and your family’s in-game living! Can you do it?
There you have it, Fanatics. We are closing the year off this month with these downloadable titles. Which games are you wanting to download? What did you guys think about the list? Sound off in the comments below.