Absolver, score! Been interested in that.
First up, we have Mafia III. Play as Lincoln Clay, a Vietnam vet who comes back home after years of combat. When his surrogate family is wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family and blazes a path of military-grade revenge through the Mafioso responsible.
Next we have the 4v1 horror game Dead by Daylight. One player takes on the role of the savage Killer, and the other four players play as Survivors, trying to escape the Killer and avoid being caught, tortured and killed.
This month’s PlayStation Plus lineup also includes:
- Bound by Flame, PS3
- Serious Sam 3 BFE, PS3
- Draw Slasher, PS Vita
- Space Hulk, PS Vita
Additionally, we’re offering a bonus PlayStation VR game* for PS Plus members this month! From August 7 through October 2, PS Plus members can download Here They Lie 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.
Now, if that wasn’t enough, you can also get Knowledge is Power as part of your PS Plus membership from August 7 through November 6. 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!
I’m excited, as MIII and DbD are two games I don’t already have and actually want.
Yeah, I actually think it’s a pretty solid line up too. Bimble is just too picky.
• Destiny 2
• God of War III Remastered
• Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition, PS3 (Cross Buy with PS4 & Vita)
• QUBE Director’s Cut, PS3 (Cross Buy with PS4)
• Sparkle 2, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS3 & PS4)
• Foul Play, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
6 games for PS4 and 2 are AAA. I’ll have to look up the others…
WAIT! Destiny is free TODAY! The servers are going to be loaded with new players this week. Sweet! And I played the new patch last night. It feels great. I love having my precious fusion rifles back where they belong—in my secondary slot. Had a blast last night. If you’ve given up on this game or never started it to begin with, I highly recommend trying it now.
Wow. They must be trying to pump up the player count to boost those Foresaken sales. Maybe it’s time to jump back in.
Friday The 13th is all kinds of fun with a group of friends. But they lost the licensing so can’t put out anymore new content. The old stuff can stay but no new stuff.
oooo, I’ve heard good things about laser league!
This is the first I’ve heard of it:
But yeah, looks kinda fun.
This month’s PS Plus lineup includes:
Yakuza Kiwami (PS4)
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (PS4)
Jackbox Party Pack 2, PS3
Arkedo Series, PS3
Burly Men At Sea, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
Roundabout, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
I’m a tad disappointed that Jackbox Party Pack 2 is not cross-compatible with PS4. That’s the one I’m most interested in.
Iconoclasts (PS Vita + PS4)
Papers, Please (PS Vita)
AWESOME! I own OnRush and I’m glad to see it on the list. That means the servers will be full. This is one game that needs to be on PS+ and/or have cross-console play to keep it fun.
Excited to try OnRush! I wanted to buy it just to support that arcade racer genre, but I knew I would hardly play it. I’ve heard good things about SOMA, but I have a hard time getting in to the defenseless victim games, which I remember that being.
This month’s PlayStation Plus lineup also includes:
For Honor (PS4)
Hitman: The Complete First Season (PS4)
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)
Rogue Aces (PS4/PSV)
Nice! I have held off on Hitman because I’m pretty sure I enjoy watching others play more than playing myself, but now it’s time to find out for sure.
Two brand new titles join the PlayStation Plus free game lineup on March 5, offering dramatically different gameplay experiences. Let’s take a look.
Activision’s colossal Call of Duty series is truly part of the fabric of modern gaming, and it was in 2007 that developer Infinity Ward took the console world by storm with its contemporary spin on the popular action series it helped create. 2016’s Modern Warfare Remastered brought the classic back in full HD for a new generation of gamers, while respectfully retaining its first-class gunplay and brilliant level design.
Download it with PS Plus this month to relive a true FPS classic (in glorious dynamic 4K on PS4 Pro when played on a PS4 Pro system and a 4K display).
From the developer of the charming puzzle-platformer Braid back in 2008, creator Jonathan Blow promptly returned to the drawing board and spent the next eight years working on an ambitious follow-up.
The result was 2016’s The Witness — an enigmatic first-person puzzler set on a seemingly-deserted tropical island, dotted from one end to the other with a vast network of interconnected puzzles.
Boasting spellbinding narrative twists and an unbeatable sense of satisfaction in conquering each puzzle, The Witness is a benchmark in design and environmental storytelling. Download The Witness on PS Plus this month for a slow-burning test of the old grey matter.
Both titles will be available to download from PlayStation Store from March 5 to April 1, 2019.
I guess I’m a little disappointed this month. I figured with the loss of PS3 and Vita offerings, Sony would add in PSVR or something else to make up for it. But hey, if you have never played The Witness it is one of my favorite puzzle games of all time. Enjoy.
I own and enjoy both titles. Definitely worth picking up if you don’t have them.