Gaming reference for all PS Plus subscribers! There are again three new free games for paying customers of the online service. You can secure Lego 2K Drive, Powerwash Simulator and Sable from now until January 1, 2024.
The time has come – The new PS Plus free games are available. Subscribers can grab the three new free games until January 1, 2024. Once saved, you keep the games permanently in your game library – at least as long as you have an active PS Plus subscription.
PS Plus in December 2023: These are the three new free games
From December 5th Subscribers of all PS Plus levels can once again look forward to three new free games. The following games are available for free between December 5th, 2023 and January 1st, 2024:
Lego 2K Drive (PS4 / PS5) – check out the PlayStation Store
Power wash simulator (PS4 / PS5) – check out the PlayStation Store
Sable (PS5) – check out the PlayStation Store
(Source: PlayStation Blog)
If you haven’t downloaded the current PS Plus free games yet, you have to hurry up. The offer is only valid until December 4, 2023 – and with the Definitive Edition of Mafia 2 there is at least a solid and story-heavy GTA alternative to grab.
PS Plus subscribers are disappointed – again
In the PlayStation Plus subreddit, the verdict on the new free games is downright devastating. Almost no one seems to be happy about the new additions. Instead, players make fun of the bonuses and use the thread to let off steam in the comments. Many gamers are especially disappointed because they expected Sony to throw a few more real treats into the subscription shortly before Christmas:
“Our expectations were low, but Holy .” – DarkDaniel_01
“A thirty percent price increase for this? That’s bullshit…” – SwimmingOpen
“Every day I am more grateful that I I didn’t renew my subscription.” – lucjuli08
However, a few players can take advantage of the new PS Plus offer gain something positive. With Powerwash Simulator, for example, there is a perfect game for everyone who just wants to switch off and relax a bit after work.
However, if Sony doesn’t want more subscribers to abandon the service, the company has to come up with something. After the price increase, subscribers’ expectations increased – but Sony hasn’t really delivered since then, judging by the reactions of fans.