Sony goes independent with its Christmas Playstation Plus games

Alex Kidman 1 December 2016 NEWS


Stories: The Path of Destinies and Invisible, Inc. headline Sony’s free December games offering.

Each month, PlayStation Plus subscribers get access to new games titles as part of their subscription service, with a constantly updated mix of AAA and lesser-known independent titles. While rival Microsoft appears to be pulling out all the stops with a selection of mostly AAA titles, Sony is instead opting to highlight some lesser known independently produced titles.

Headlining December’s PlayStation Plus offerings in Australia is Stories:Path Of Destinies for PlayStation 4, a gorgeously rendered action RPG:

Joining it on the PS4 is Invisible, Inc., a tactical espionage game with a dark undertone.

PlayStation Plus members can also download a bonus theme this month, Bearnard The Bicycling Bear’s Season Tour Theme. Because nothing says Christmas to us like a bear on a cycle. You’re probably the same.

In the European/PAL market, which Sony Australia usually follows, PS Vita owners also get VVVVVV, and cross-platform play is offered via Hyper Void, Tiny Troopers Joint Ops and Color Guardians, although it’s not yet definitively confirmed that we’ll see those games here. We’ll find out soon enough, with the switchover of available November games set to occur on 6 December.

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