PlayStation Plus games December 2020: they are now official

Here we are: now we can say that the PlayStation Plus games December 2020 are practically official. The titles have been revealed by a leak in the past few hours, but no denial has come from Sony. Let’s find out together what the PlayStation Plus subscription program has in store for us this month .

PlayStation Plus games December 2020

There are a couple of days until the arrival of the last month of the year, but the PlayStation Plus games December 2019 have already been leaked: the catalog of the Japanese console service will be enriched with Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross The Official Videogame . These are two very different titles, which will meet the different tastes of users.

But let’s go in order, starting from Titanfall 2: we are talking about the second episode of the Respawn series, a first-person FPS with a high-impact campaign and relevant multiplayer support. From the team of game developers like the latest Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, a real treat not to be missed.

The second title, as we said, is Milestone’s Monster Energy Supercross: if you like racing games on two wheels, it’s the game for you. It is the official videogame of the homonymous championship, which means emotions in guaranteed industrial quantities.

How to download PS Plus games December 2020

The new PlayStation Plus games December 2020 will be downloadable for free on the PlayStation Store starting from the late morning of Tuesday 3 December, around 12-13 roughly. The download can then be carried out for the whole month. There was nothing to do instead for those who hoped that among the free games there was God of Wat, which however remains available in the PlayStation Now catalog.


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