List Of Free PlayStation Plus Games This October

The PlayStation Plus member are getting on the Halloween spirit and riding down nostalgia lane with October 2016's free game lineup. PlayStation Plus is giving away two great titles to the PS4 and more.

Resident Evil

PlayStation wants you to celebrate Capcom's 20th anniversary of the Resident Evil franchise and get excited for the holidays with its upcoming Resident Evil VII. The remastered version of the first Resident Evil game is the perfect way to spend the wait and get hyped, and even a more perfect opportunity to get to know the Resident Evil franchise from the very start for those who've never played the game before.

The game follows members of elite task force S.T.A.R.S. Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine, as they investigate the outskirts of Raccoon City after the disappearance of their team members. You either play as Chris or Jill, and you must uncover the secrets of a mansion where you are trapped with zombies and other monsters. This remastered version of the game is to die for as it will be supported by a powerhouse console like the PlayStation 4.

Transformers: Devastation

Second is another great game called Transformers: Devastation by PlatinumGames. According to PlayStation, the game should feel familiar to fans as it drew talent from the original Transformers TV series for the story and voice work. It's said to deliver fans a rewarding combat system and fast-paced gameplay. You can choose between these five autobots: Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack, and Grimlock. You get to battle against the Decepticons and Insecticons to foil Megatron's evil plans.

The Full Lineup Includes:

  • Resident Evil, PS4
  • Transformers: Devastation, PS4
  • Mad Riders, PS3
  • From Dust, PS3
  • Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~, PS Vita
  • Actual Sunlight, PS Vita

In other news, PlayStation Plus members subscription increased from $49.99 to $59.99.

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