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PS Plus December 2023: Free games for PS4 and PS5 – leaks and rumours

2023-11-29T04:10:23.839Z

Highlights: PS Plus December 2023: Free games for PS4 and PS5 – leaks and rumours. Subscribers to PlayStation's Essential are hoping for some real high-profile games because Sony screwed it up with the free games last month. Here's a rundown of recent leaks and Rumours about PS+ in December 20th. This article will be updated accordingly as soon as there is news. Learn more about the announcement, exact time and download date for PS+ December 20 23. The day for the announcement of the PS Plus titles falls on November 29th.



Status: 29.11.2023, 05:00 a.m.

By: Philipp Hansen

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The free PlayStation Plus games for December 2023 are coming in a few days. What do leaks and rumours have to say about PS+ Essential this month?

Hamburg – December 2023 is coming and with it the new PS Plus games. Subscribers to PlayStation's Essential are hoping for some real high-profile games because Sony screwed it up with the free games last month. Here's a rundown of recent leaks and rumours about PS+ in December.

PS Plus December 2023: What are the leaks about free games on PS4 and PS5?

PS+ leaks in December 2023: Almost every month, well-known leakers publish exactly the three games that are added for free in the month for the PlayStation Plus subscription (Essential).

  • For December 2023, however, there are still no really trustworthy insider reports. Currently, it is also a few days too early for this (as of November 22, 2023).
  • Often, the leaks only appear shortly before Sony's official announcement. This article will be updated accordingly as soon as there is news.
  • So we'll probably have to wait until the end of November with credible leaks for PS+ in December 2023. However, there are already leaks about the new Premium/Extra games for next month.

PS Plus December 2023: Leaks and rumours about the free games for PS4 and PS5 in the new month © Sony

Sony's redemption for Christmas? Fans are hoping for AAA titles or indie high-profile this time around, as November 2023 disappointed many on PS+. So it's time for Sony to dig deep into the digital gift bag this Christmas. Which (realistic) games would subscription customers most like to see for December?

PS Plus December 2023: Fans' wishes and hopes – Predictions

Here's what fans want for PS Plus in November 2023: As always, when there are no leaks or other clues yet, the fan requests are the loudest. Some of the speculations sound more realistic than others. For example, an upcoming release could be given new (free) momentum by an older installment in the series on PS+. Here are the community rumours for PS Plus in December 2023:

  • Cuphead (PS4, PS5)
  • Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion (PS4, PS5)
  • Persona 5 Royal (PS4, PS5)
  • Immortals of Aveum advertises itself as a free game for the PS5

How realistic are the PS Plus rumours? Cuphead has been under discussion as a candidate for PS+ for some time, the first-class platformer has four years under its PlayStation belt and could thus boost DLC sales for Sony once again. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is only a year old, but the eagerly awaited FF7 Remake is coming out soon – so you could bridge the waiting time perfectly with the PSP game Crisis Core at the time. Persona 5 royal for free in December 2023 as a prelude to the "great Persona year 2023", as Sega calls it, would also be well conceivable.

PS Plus December 2023: Sony announcement date – Then come the free games

Official announcement for PS+ December: Usually, Sony's highly anticipated PS Plus announcement takes place on the last Wednesday of the month. This time, the day for the announcement of the PS Plus titles falls on November 29th. Learn more about the announcement, exact time and download date for PS+ December 2023.

Source: merkur

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