Here’s December 2018’s PlayStation Plus Lineup

Here’s December 2018’s PlayStation Plus Lineup

There are some interesting indie games in this month’s PlayStation Plus lineup, including Soma, Iconoclasts for Vita and PS4, and Papers, Please. As always, these games are only “free” if you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.

December’s PlayStation Plus games are:

PlayStation 4

  • Soma

  • Onrush


  • Steredenn

  • Steinsgate

PlayStation Vita

  • Iconoclasts (crossbuy with Ps4)

  • Papers, Please


    • I’ve heard a lot about SOMA and am interested in trying it out. Onrush on the other hand, I had access to the beta and I got nothing out of it. Maybe the full game will hold my attention longer, but I found the beta to be quite boring and frustrating.

  • I’m most looking forward to Iconoclasts. they didn’t even put that in the blog as a listed game, but they should because it’s a cool game that is very different to the other 2 games listed.

  • PS consistently seems to have more mainstream releases than the indie bollocks MS keeps palming off.
    Onrush is a recent release and already given for nix.
    MS really needs to work on their free stuff, as the games are often quite piss weak. So, I will be getting next month, an original xbox game, an actual indie game I do have some remote interest in and two other games that will never get played/viewed.

    • They both have their good months and bad months. Sony have had a pretty decent 2nd half of the year, though.

      • I would agree with this. Xbox does have the benefit of essentially giving you 4 games that will run on their current console per month as opposed to Sony’s guaranteed 2 x PS4 games. And when they drop the PS3/Vita games (which can sometimes give you crossbuy making it >2 PS4 games a month) it may sway it further in MS favour.

        In the past 6 or so months, MS has given us some high profile games like Battlefield 1, Forza Horizon 2, Assassins Creed Syndicate, The Witness and MGS5. Not to mention X360 games from the Dead Space, Splinter Cell, Hitman and Lego series.

        All in all, I’d say they’re about on par for the year, though MS December lineup is pretty terrible.

        • Sony haven’t actually said what they’ll be doing after dropping the PS4 / Vita games next year, have they? If it ends up meaning more PS4 games and / or better ones then it could work out well. 2x AAA and 2x indie games a month would make it interesting.

          Of course it’s just as likely that they’ll cut it back to just the same kind of 2x PS4 games we get now.

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