PlayStation Plus: Sony Ends 2021 With These Games

The unusual reveal date has happened before (it’s not the first time we hear the new line-up on the first day of the month), but it’s not going to change in 2021, while the PlayStation Plus line-up will (but only partially!).


Previously, we heard once again via Dealabs (which quickly became a reputable source of PlayStation Plus leaks…) what games we would get in return for paying a lot of cash to have unrestricted multiplayer on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Here’s what we wrote then: “As usual, it was billbil-kun on the French Dealabson who listed the final PlayStation Plus offerings for 2021. According to him, the three games will be Godfall: Challenger Edition for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, while LEGO DC Super-Villains and Mortal Shell will be coming to PlayStation 4 owners, although Mortal Shell may be a different game for each region, the leaker claims. This version of Godfall hasn’t even been heard of yet: it’s likely to be an expanded Game of the Year Edition version, which might just be one of the “launch into Plus” titles on December 7 (when it’s supposed to be released).” So are these the games for the month, or is the person wrong?

The answer is no. Godfall: Challenger Edition (three unique modes: Lightbringer, Dreamstones, Ascended Tower of Trials; PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Lego DC Super-Villains (PlayStation 4), Mortal Shell (PlayStation 4). In other words, the leak was on the money once again. GG!

We have to mention that until January 3, a few PlayStation VR games are also part of the list. They are The Persistence, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Standard Edition, and Until you fall. As usual, you still have a few days to catch up with the November games (PlayStation 4: Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning; PlayStation 4 + PlayStation 5: Knockout City, First Class Trouble).

And with that, this list puts an end to the 2021 PlayStation Plus lists. There were stronger months, yes, but there were others where the games were reaching inexplicable levels (base Mortal Kombat X without any DLC, while the game is also part of the PlayStation Plus Collection… or how about a golf game?). Next year might be better… but don’t get your hopes up. It likely won’t be.

Source: PS Blog

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