During Sony’s State of Play livestream, the PlayStation Plus games for October were revealed. The way these games were announced was clever, as one served as the perfect transition for The Last of Us Part II’s release date announcement. Wondering what sort of games are available to download next month? Here are the confirmed PlayStation Plus games for October!
PlayStation Plus games for October
As mentioned above, Sony revealed the PlayStation Plus titles for October during their State of Play livestream event. In October, PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download MLB The Show 19 and The Last of Us Remastered. We really enjoyed the way this was done during State of Play.
The announcement of The Last of Us Remastered as part of the October PlayStation Plus lineup tied in perfectly with the new trailer for The Last of Us Part II. If you’ve yet to download the PlayStation Plus games for September, there’s still time as they’ll be available for the next week or so. In case you missed it, the PlayStation Plus games announced for September include Darksiders III and Batman: Arkham Knight.
Speaking of Batman, one thing that wasn’t present during the State of Play livestream was the rumored Batman: Court of Owls game from WB Montreal. Both the State of Play livestream and the Inside Xbox event that followed lacked any additional info on Batman: Court of Owls, though we still feel the game may be formally announced within the next few weeks.
To help you prepare, we recommend downloading Batman: Arkham Knight as part of the PlayStation Plus lineup for September while it’s still available. Again, October’s PlayStation Plus titles will include MLB The Show 19 and The Last of Us Remastered. After reviewing the PlayStation Plus games for October, what are your thoughts? Are you excited to grab The Last of Us Remastered, or do you already have a copy? Comment below!
For more on yesterday night’s State of Play reveals, be sure to recap our previous news pieces including the new PS4 Pro bundle for Death Stranding, the MediEvil remake demo that’s available now, and everything you might have missed in The Last of Us Part II release date trailer.Load Comments