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PS Plus Free Games For December Are Available Now

Here are the six games that subscribers can pick up for free this month.


The latest batch of free games for PS Plus subscribers are available now. In addition to three PS4 and PS5 free games, subscribers can also grab a trio of PSVR titles as part of Sony's celebration of the PlayStation VR's fifth birthday.

December's lineup includes Godfall: Challenger Edition on PS4 and PS5, as well as Mortal Shell on PS4 and Lego DC Super Villains also on PS4. Godfall was among the first PlayStation exclusives that came to PS5 at launch. The same three PSVR games from November are staying free in December, including The Persistence, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, and Until You Fall.

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Of note, the new Godfall: Challenger Edition, which includes the game's three endgame modes but not the story content from the base game and the Fire & Darkness expansions. Players who want to get the full story and campaign need to buy the Deluxe Edition to get the campaigns for Godfall and Fire & Darkness. More details are available on the PlayStation Blog.

December's free PS Plus games are available to claim until January 3, 2022. In other news, Sony is reportedly working on a new subscription program that will be similar to Xbox Game Pass.

December 2021 PS Plus Free Games

Available until January 3, 2022

  • Godfall Challenger Edition -- PS4, PS5
  • Mortal Shell -- PS4
  • Lego DC Super Villains -- PS4
  • The Persistence -- PSVR
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners -- PSVR
  • Until You Fall -- PSVR

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