PS Plus October 2020 Free Games Announced

Sony has announced free PS Plus games for the month of October 2020. Need For Speed: Payback and Vampyr will be free for members of the PlayStation Plus service. Playstation Blog announced the games for October on Wednesday, September 30th.

Ps Plus October 2020

PS Plus service offers 2 free games every month. The service also is required for online multiplayer features. Cloud Storage of 100 Gigabytes is also provided with the membership. Members of PS plus also enjoy various special discounts on the purchase of selected digital games.

Need For Speed: PAYBACK

NFS PAYBACK

When we talk about car games the first name that comes to mind is Need For Speed. Need For Speed: Payback released in November 2017 and got mix reviews from the critics. IGN rated the game 5.9 but also said the game to have improved from the predecessor. NFS: Payback is a Blockbuster car racing where the player can experience varieties of cars, customization, thrilling heist missions, and much more. The revenge story based car racing game has an open-world approach to its world and allows the player to participate in a number of events.

Vampyr

PS Plus October 2020 Vampyr

Vampyr is an RPG with an engaging story where players take control of a vampire, the game released in 2018 and received appreciation from the gaming community for its atmospheric and fun game world that is based on the Gloomy version of London during World war 1. The game received a score of 7.0 from IGN. The game is however criticized for its simple combat gameplay and bugs back when it released. However, most bugs are expected to have been fixed by now.

Both the free games for October will be available for adding to your library from 6th October 2020 till 2nd November 2020. As a reminder, It is the last chance to grab your PS Plus September free games Player Unknown’s BattleGround (PUBG) and Street Fighter V. These games will not be available for adding to the library whoever didn’t add them already before 6th October.

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