PS Plus subscribers are getting three new games to download next week, including a fresh release on PS5 and PS4 platforms.

And it won’t be long before we find out what’s being planned for PlayStation Now, Sony’s other big subscription service.

Worms Rumble will be making its debut as a PlayStation Plus title in December, making for an interesting new multiplayer experience to try out.

For those who might have missed its earlier PS4 open beta test, Worms Rumble focuses on a real-time battle arena, rather than the standard franchise team action seen in previous games.

A message from developers Team17 adds: “This is Worms like you’ve never played it before, with intense, real-time, arena-based 32-player cross-platform combat!

“Use a variety of fan-favourite weapons like the Bazooka and Shotgun plus all-new additions to the armoury to bring the pain to your invertebrate opponents as you climb the ranks.

“Customise your worm, then take part in seasonal events, daily challenges and community collaborations for additional XP and rewards, and experimental game modes in The Lab.

“Get ready for Deathmatch and Battle Royale where you’re only ever a Holy Hand Grenade away from death.”

It appears that Worms Rumble on PS5 will be a fully-fledged next-gen version of the game, with Team17 confirming:

“Harnessing the megaton power of the PS5, we have created the first 4K Worms experience with full crossplay support. Play with friends on PS5, PS4 and PC at launch!”

And Worms Rumble won’t be the only free game to pick up in December, with Just Cause 4 and Rocket Arena also be offered as part of the official lineup.

Previous months have seen Sony reveal their PS Now plans soon after revealing its free games plans.

And the same is expected to happen this month, although there is no set date for when this reveal will occur.

In October, Sony confirmed its PlayStation Now game plans on the last Friday of the month.

If this happens again, we could find out what new PS4 games are being added to PS Now in December on November 27.

If we don’t get an update then, Sony will announce its plans on Tuesday, December 2, 2020.

For anyone wanting to know more about Rocket Arena and Just Cause 4, full descriptions can be found below:


Kump into an action-packed open-world sandbox experience and cause chaos with a wide selection of weaponry, vehicles and gear as Rico Rodriguez skydives into the exotic climes of South America. Explore the remote South American country of Solís, 1024 square kilometres of exotic playground, from rainforest to desert, to snowy mountain peaks, brooding with conflict, secrets and untold danger. Fight Black Hand, a tech-driven private military organisation, under terrifying environmental conditions, including treacherous tornadoes and tropical lightning storms, and use never-before-seen in-game physics to turn the extreme weather to your advantage. Strap into your wingsuit, equip your fully customizable grappling hook, and get ready to bring the thunder!


Rockets rule everything in this explosive online* 3v3 shooter where you’re never out of the action. Try out a roster of fantastic heroes with distinctive rockets and abilities to rule the arena. Learn how to time your dodges, lead your targets and unearth new strategies based on your squad and try out in-game items such as the Rocket Magnet, Trip Mine and Speed Boost to change the course of combat. Earn experience to unlock Rocket Parts, Totem Parts and spectacular outfits to customize your hero’s look. Mix, match and level up powerful artefacts to give your heroes impressive new stat boosts and effects. Dive into Knockout for classic 3v3 competitive action, or practice your favourite combos against RocketBots first. Compete to score goals in Rocketball, control zones in Mega Rocket, and go for the gold in Treasure Hunt.


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