With less than a week before December finally kicks in, gamers are excited what PS Plus will bring to them for free. Now, latest reports revealed leaked images of the possible titles for next month. Question is, is it credible?
Every month, Sony is bringing free games for PS Plus subscribers. This time, although they have not officially announced the titles yet, it seems like Redditor GabrielWoods has found the official list already.
According to reports, the user was browsing through the PS Plus tab of the PlayStation Store on PS4. GabrielWoods then found two titles that he believes to be the free games in December 2016. These games are ?Invisible, Inc. and Stories: The Path of Destinies.
Now, the question is, are these titles really the free games for next month? As of now, gamers should take the information with a grain of salt. Sony has not released an official announcement yet, so everything that will come up on the internet is not confirmed.
Moreover, these titles are not as exciting as the free games for Xbox Games with Gold in December. As a result, there are speculations that Sony would match those games with interesting titles as well. Should that be the case, then the ones mentioned by GabrielWoods may not even be included in the list.
Meanwhile, as we all wait for Sony to announce the official list of December 2016 Free games, here are some titles that are expected to be on the list. First is the first-person shooter game Wolfenstein: The New Order. The game will have its sequel next year. So, releasing The New Order next month will be a great way to further promote the upcoming title.
Another title that gamers want to be included in next month?s free games is Saints Row IV: Re-Elected. For the past months, fans have wanted this game to be on the list. This time, they have high hopes that it will finally arrive on PS Plus free games in December. Other rumors suggest that even the DLCs of the game will be included.
As of this writing, Sony has not confirmed any of these titles. They are expected to release the official list this week so be sure to stay tuned here on The Bitbag. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.