Nov 24, 2016 07:00 AM EST
‘PlayStation Plus’ Free Games December 2016: 'Gravity Rush 2,' 'Wolfenstein: The New Order,' ‘Saints Row 4’
December is definitely coming and a lot of PlayStation console users are anticipating the final cut of “Free Games December 2016” list that will be released by the “PlayStation Plus” in this yuletide season.
The “PlayStation Plus” Free Games for the coming month is already one of the major subject of dialogue among the PlayStation fans worldwide. There are a lot of forecasts of what might be included among the Free Games for December 2016.
Topping the list is the “Wolfenstein: New Order.” Reports says that the game would definitely be included in the final cut. Bethesda is the developer of the game which also branded titles like "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" and "Fallout 4."
“Wolfenstein: New Order” is a first person shooting gameplay which is comparable to other firing gameplays like "Call of Duty" and “Titanfall."
“PlayStation Plus” Free Games December 2016 list might also include "Saints Row 4." The game has long been anticipated by a lot of gamers as it was expected to get a high priority to be released three years earlier. But unfortunately, it did not.
In lieu, there should be a greater chance that the game would finally be released this as part of the “PlayStation Plus” Free Games December 2016 list. Additionally, “Gat Out of Hell” – its predecessor, was already part of the July line-up this year.
Speculations also transpired that the demo of “Gravity Rush 2” would be included in the Free Games this December. The game isn’t available worldwide, yet its playable to some Asian countries. “PlayStation Plus” might possibly consider the remastered version of the game to be part of the Free Games December 2016 list.
Meanwhile, players can still enjoy the free games that were launched this in November. ‘PlayStation Plus’ released "Everybody's Gone to Rapture" and "The Deadly Tower of Monsters" for PlayStation 4 while "Dirt 3" and "Costume Quest 2" are available in PlayStation 3. Other games like "Letter Quest Remastered" and "Pumped BMX+" are playable in the PlayStation Vita.
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