For the end of 2017, PlayStation seems to be taking it a little easier on the free PlayStation Plus games, compared to previous months. Don't look for any blowaway AAA releases this month, as the PlayStation Plus highlight for December appears to be the Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition. This is the collection of the original game with all of its DLC, released all the back near the end of 2015, updated to native 1080p with a few balancing tweaks.
The other PlayStation 4 game is Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends. Yes, PlayStation is looking back at the days when Kung Fu Panda was a thing, as Po and the other characters from that world engage in Smash Bros-style four-player combat.
Here are the free games PlayStation Plus members can grab in December, as noted in Wednesday morning's PlayStation.Blog post:
- Darksides II: Deathinitive Edition (PS4)
- Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends (PS4)
- Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (PS4/PSVR)
- Syberia Collection (PS3)
- Xblaze Lost: Memories (PS3)
- Forma.8 (PS Vita, PS4)
- Wanted Corp (PS Vita)
PlayStation Plus members can also pick up a special Smite PlayStation Plus Pack for free, containing 31 Skins, 20 Gods, and Voice Packs starting on December 12. And of course, there's exclusive access to the Monster Hunter World beta, which is set to run from December 9-12.
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damn two months in a row of the same game Until Dawn rush of blood. I don't think they've ever done that. I was hoping it would be a new one.
Last month they said it would be free until January 3rd.
The game is so dumb :(
Darksiders 2 is a fantastic and underrated game. Already have it on PC and PS4, but those of you who were hesitant should check it out!
Kind of looking forward to playing the Kung Fu Panda game with the kids hah.
Sure okay. I'll take Darksiders 2.