Titanfall 2 Headlines December’s PS+ Games

Also, more importantly, Monster Energy Supercross — The Official Videogame.

Posted By | On 27th, Nov. 2019

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The quality of Sony’s monthly free PS+ offerings has definitely gone up ever since they dropped support for PS3 and PS Vita—which it better have, given that we now only get 2 games a month versus the 6 we used to. And this month sees one of the biggest games Sony has given away on PS+ yet—Titanfall 2.

EA and Respawn’s fantastic shooter, which has arguably the best campaign for an FPS this generation, will be available for PS+ subscribers in December. We cannot recommend that you play this game enough, if you haven’t already. Titanfall 2 is magnificent, and it pains me that Apex Legends’ success means we may not see a proper follow-up any time soon.

The other game is Monster Energy Supercross — The Official Videogame, which, well, I don’t think anyone is tripping over themselves to get that one. But if you are, hey, more power to you! I don’t judge.


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