3 PS4, Xbox One, PC Games To Roll Out On First Week Of December
PS4, Xbox One, PC Games are slated to see several games published for December 2016. Furthermore, there are PS4, Xbox One, PC Games that are said to come along with the Xbox Live Gold subscription in December. Mobile gamers are also expected to get a few more games for the holidays.
First off, iOS users are slated to receive Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney on Dec. 1. The Android version will be released on Dec. 8. PS4, Xbox One, PC Games on Dec. 2 welcome the open-world game Steep. Additionally, Super Mario Maker is also slated to debut on the Nintendo 3DS on the same day.
Furthermore, PS4, Xbox One, PC games on Dec. 6 include Dead Rising 4 as well as The Last Guardian. Additionally, Bastion may also be launched on Dec. 12. Note that Bastion may be played on Chromebook. Moreover, Xbox 360 owners of the original Bastion release may get a copy of the game for free before Jan. 1, 2017.
Super Mario Run is said to be delivered to iOS avid gamers on Dec. 15. Note that a PS4, Xbox One, PC Games Super Mario Run premium experience is also available for $9.99 as well as a free version with all three modes of the title. PS4, Xbox One, PC games on Dec. 20 also include The Walking Dead: A New Frontier.
In other news, PS4, Xbox One, PC games are also said to include six games on the PlayStation platform. Outlast and Sleeping Dog DE are also expected to launch on the Xbox One. On the other hand, Outland and Burnout Paradise are believed to be making their way to the Xbox 360 in December 2016 as well.
PS4, Xbox One, PC games list are expected to be added in the next few weeks. In the meantime, November 2016 reportedly saw the release of Dirt 3, Costume Quest 2 and the Pumped BMX+ on the PS3. The latter may also be available on PS4 along with Everybody's Gone to the Rapture as well as The Deadly Tower of Monsters. Watch the December 2016 Game Compilation here:
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