PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add two more free games to their collections starting tomorrow.
Obviously, the big PlayStation-related news of the month is all about last week’s launch of the PlayStation 4. However, just because Sony released a new console doesn’t mean it’s forgetting about its existing systems. The publisher announced on the PlayStation Blog that it would be adding two more games–one for the PS3, one for the Vita–to the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection on November 19. That means starting tomorrow, Binary Domain and the Vita version of Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath will be free for PS+ subscribers.
Originally released in early 2012 for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, Binary Domain is described as “a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-filled 2080 Tokyo.” Stranger’s Wrath, on the other hand, is a high-def upgrade of a 2005 original Xbox title, and the fourth game in the Oddworld series.
These are just two of the offerings Sony has provided to PS+ subscribers this month; PS4 early adopters were treated to downloadable titles Contrast and Resogun for free as well. Personally, I think PlayStation Plus is worth the subscription fee just for the Instant Game Collection; it more than pays for itself in free games every year, and this month’s offerings have been solid. I guess I’ll have to be content with Stranger’s Wrath until that long-awaited Abe’s Oddysee remake finally appears.
Source: PlayStation Blog