We’re nearing the end of the year and just like every month prior, Sony is offering two free games for those that have an active PlayStation Plus membership. As November comes to a close, the free PS Plus December 2020 games lineup has been revealed and includes a pretty stellar lineup for those that like chaos, with an additional title that the usual two.
PS Plus December 2020 Games
The upcoming month of free games includes two fun and quirky titles and one really fun and chaotic one. Just Cause 4 is the perfect recipe for destruction. Take to the open-world with an arsenal of tools at your disposal to wreck the havoc you were always meant to dish out.
“Most of my favorite moments in Just Cause 4 had nothing to do with the story missions, and instead emerged out of playing with Rico’s ridiculous toolset – like turning a dumpster into a humble airship with a couple of balloons and riding it across the island, or rigging the horses on a merry-go-round with rocket boosters and watching it spin out of control,” reads a snippet from our full review. “If you can devise a stupid and dangerous use for Rico’s grappler, you can probably pull it off – and I’ve got a hard-drive full of hilarious videos to prove it. Just like any good sandbox game, Just Cause 4 gives you the freedom to make your own fun, and has kept me experimenting and entertained for hours after the credits rolled.”
Worms Rumble and Rocket Arena are the remaining two adventures, with Rocket Arena being a really enjoyable addition for those that love a PvP shooter experience with that special rocket flair.
It’s not too late to also scoop up November’s games with Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, Hollow Knight: Voidheart, and Bugsnax, though it is important to note that an active PS Plus membership is required for all of the aforementioned titles. The membership for Sony’s online services includes free games each month, exclusive sales on select titles, and unlimited access to game online with friends! The free games remain yours until the membership runs out.
Thoughts on the free PS Plus December 2020 games lineup? How do you feel about PS Plus in general and how it’s changed through the years? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below!
[Update: A change was made to the article to correct the typo regarding Rocket Arena]