As we approach October, Sony has just unveiled the list of three new games available to all PS Plus subscribers in October 2022. As for what’s new for PS Plus Extra and Premium subscribers, we will have to wait a little longer.
As you know, each beginning of the month is synonymous with new games offered to Playstation Plus subscribers, all formulas combined. And yes, since June 23, 2022, PS Plus has evolved to now offer three separate subscriptions:
- Essential, which offers the same services as the old PS Plus (multiplayer online play, cloud storage, access to three free games each month)
- Extra: the same advantages as Essential, access to a vast catalog of PS4 and PS5 games (more than 400 titles)
- Premium: we find all the attractions of the PS Plus Extra and Essential. Added to this is access to a catalog of retro games of more than 300 titles from the PS1, PSP, PS2 and PS3 toy libraries.
Despite this redesign of the Playstation Plus, subscribers can still count on their three new games offered per month. After Need For Speed Heat and TOEM in September 2022, players will be able to get their hands on for free Hot Wheels Unleashed on PS4 and PS5.
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Here are the games offered in October 2022 with PS Plus
“Collect the best vehicles from the Hot Wheels universe, build exceptional tracks and take part in breathtaking races. Unlock new vehicles and race alongside your friends with 2-player split-screen mode or compete against up to 12 players in online challenges”, Sony announcement.
We then change register with the excellent Injustice 2. We find behind this versus fighting game NetherRealm Studios, the fathers of the cult Mortal Kombat saga. In this title, embody the most emblematic superheroes and villains of the DC universe, and enjoy a superbly staged single-player campaign telling the story of an epic duel between Batman and a Superman who has gone completely mad after the death of Lois. Lane.
We end this selection with Superhot, a first-person shooter where time only moves when you move. Thanks to its neat and minimalist visuals, Superhot invites you to focus on the essentials: the fluidity and precision of the gameplay, and the cinematic beauty of the fights.