Sony is about to reveal the PlayStation Plus free PS4 games for December 2020.

Barring any last minute changes, the next batch of PS Plus games will be revealed on November 25 at 4.30pm GMT.

The PlayStation Plus free games will be available to download less than a week later on December 1 – usually at around midday.

They replace the current line-up of Middle-earth: Shadow of War and Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition. PS5 game Bugsnax, meanwhile, will remain a PS Plus freebie until January.

There’s a chance the games will leak ahead of time, so keep checking back for PlayStation Plus updates throughout the day.

In the meantime, let’s take a look at the predictions ahead of the free PS Plus games reveal courtesy of Reddit.

After being left out of the PlayStation Plus Collection on PS5, lots of people believe Horizon Zero Dawn will be included in the December 2020 line-up.

First-party Sony releases like Uncharted Lost Legacy, Everybody’s Golf and Gran Turismo Sport also get a mention.

Considering none of the aforementioned games are currently included in Sony’s Black Friday sale, there’s a good chance at least one of the titles will make an appearance. (Personally I’m hoping for Uncharted Lost Legacy.)

Other games to get a mention include Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin and Dark Souls 3.

The original Dark Souls is featured in the Black Friday sale, so that probably rules that out, although an appearance by one of the sequels is possible.

Elsewhere, there are mentions for everything from No Man’s Sky and Watch Dogs 2, to Nier Automata and Firewatch.

There’s also a chance another PS5 game could be announced to accompany Bugsnax. The favourite is Worms Rumble, which is a 32-person Battle Royale spinoff.

If you’re not a PS Plus subscriber then now is a good time to sign up, especially with memberships discounted for Black Friday.

Customers can pick up a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership for just £37.49 from the online store.

This represents a 25% discount on the regular asking price of £49.99, making it fantastic value for money.

If you’re interested in subscribing to PS Plus but don’t want to commit for an entire year, then you can also pick up a 3-month pass at a reduced price.

Representing a saving of 20%, the 3-month PS Plus subscription is down to just £18.39 on PSN.


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