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By Gabe Gurwin
Sony has offered the complete education of free games. PlayStation Plus subscribers will get the PlayStation Blog in December, and the list includes an atmospheric horror game, an over-the-top action racer, and more.
This month's PlayStation Plus lineup contains:
- Soma (PS4)
- Onrush (PS4)
- Stereo (PS3)
- Stone gates (PS3)
- Iconoclasts (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4)
- Papers, please (PS Vita)
PlayStation 4 will be subscribed to Soma, an exploration-based horror game made by Amnesia studio Fictional Games. It combines monsters and roasters to make a move away from the earlier works of development.
Also, PlayStation 4 is free Onrush, a whole octane game that is aimed at fighting and ramming your way through a mountain or other car when you are moving to the finish line. It was rented this year, but finished the sale of sales and its developer Codemasters was taken into account.
PlayStation 3 owners get the space veteran Sterten free in December, which remains in rugged elements in order to make you more intense to make your walk enriched areas. The visual novel SteinsGate is free, too.
The Vita is now supported by PlayStation Plus for now – in PS3 support, will end in March – and its December training has two hit games. Platformer Iconoclasts comes and contains PS4 cross-buy. Lucas Pope Immigration Association, Papers, Please, is in contrast to another game, and is also available on Mac, PC, Linux and iOS.
The free PlayStation Plus games will begin on December 4th through January 1. For now, you can still grab PS Plus Games from November, like Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition.
Gurwin Gurwin is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow him Twitter.