Sony PlayStation hasn't been having the best time of it lately.
First the PS Plus Edition of Driveclub spectacularly failed to appear, after the full retail game suffered major technical difficulties after launch. Then the long awaited PS4 firmware version 2.0 caused some consoles to suffer a senior moment when the Rest Mode was used. And to cap it all off, the November PS Plus offers were more than a little meh.
Well it seems Sony PlayStation really wants to make up for its mistakes, with an early tease of the titles on the way for PS4 owning PS Plus subscribers.
In an early reveal PlayStation US blog, it was confirmed that superhero fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us will debut for free in December, along with Wild West shooter thing Secret Panchos. And then in January, you'll get free access to stand along expansion Infamous: First Light (which only released in August) as well as exemplary puzzler The Swapper.
The same post confirmedthat Sony and developers Evolution are working hard to get the PS Plus Edition of Driveclub live in the near future. Will it make it out before Christmas and will it make any difference to the mediocre public opinion of the game? We'll have to wait and see.
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