Last Chance! October 2020’s PlayStation Plus

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With little time left in October, don’t forget to grab these titles before they’re no longer free in the PlayStation Store. Hop in the front seat and get your adrenaline going with one of the widely known racing franchises since 1994. Not good enough for you and need something more in the Halloween spirit? Then enjoy your next choice of supernatural horror adventure to keep you on the edge of your seat at home. This is your lineup for October 2020’s free PlayStation Plus games.

Need for Speed Payback 

First title we have released for November’s PlayStation Plus games is Need for Speed Payback. Developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts, this game is the twenty-third installment in this long time running franchise. Delve into the underworld of Fortune Valley where the heinous cartel, known as The House, rules the city’s casinos, criminals and cops.

You and your crew were disbanded by disloyalty and reunited again to take them down. There are three different characters to choose from, which all have their own unique skills. Take on thrilling heist missions, car battles and customize your rides to take on the open world with plenty of exciting events as you seek revenge. Check out this riveting game!

Vampyr

To close out this month’s games for PlayStation Plus members is Vampyr. Published by Focus Home Interactive and developed by Dontnod Entertainment, who is also known for Life is Strange, encourages you to embrace the darkness in this action role-playing game. Set in 1918 London, play as newly turned Vampyr Dr. Jonathan Reid.

The city and its citizens has succumbed to the flu and as a doctor, you must find a cure. Unfortunately, you are cursed and finding yourself feeding onto the people who you promised to heal. Use your supernatural abilities and manmade weapons to fight off or escape from vampires hunters and evil forces that linger around the city. Get your Halloween vibes in with this third-person RPG title.

There you have it for October 2020’s PlayStation Plus lineup. Remember, both games won’t be around for long, and they’re available now until Monday, November 2. Which games are you hoping to see next month? Let us know by sounding off in the comments below, and we’ll see you for November’s free PlayStation Plus games!

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