Ever since July, we've had big AAA releases included within our regular indie games, including Until Dawn, Just Cause 3 and Infamous: Second Son, and October is looking no different. And let us know; what are your thoughts on October's free games for PlayStation Plus?
Amnesia: Collection bundles together all three titles in Frictional Games' horror franchise: 2010's Amnesia: The Dark Descent and its 2011 expansion, Amnesia: Justine, as well as the game's 2013 sequel, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.
Next month, PS Plus members will also gain access to the Hand of the Gods Closed Beta starting on October 17. So if you want a break from sneaking around Afghanistan in Metal Gear Solid V, you can get your scare on with Amnesia. October is also delivering Amnesia: Collection. Which game will you be playing first?
You can read up more at the Official PlayStation Blog.
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PlayStation fans will be happy next month, as the critically acclaimed 2015 entry in the Metal Gear Solid series will be free to PS Plus subscribers for October 2017.
But it's not PS Plus without even more free games.
As long as you subscribe to PlayStation Plus, you will have access to these games.
Lastly, we have two great PS Plus specials you can buy right now.