Right on cue, Sony has revealed the PS Plus October line-up. Next month, subscribers can look forward to playing Hell Let Loose, PGA Tour 2K21, and Mortal Kombat X. Here’s a little more about each game making up the PlayStation Plus October offering.
Hell Let Loose
Black Matter’s 100-player World War 2 shooter-come-RTS, Hell Let Loose, is PS Plus October’s pick for PlayStation 5 players. Borrowing a page out of the Fall Guys playbook, the game is releasing right onto Sony’s subscription service.
This WWII-inspired multiplayer title splices epic 100-player battles with a unique resource-based RTS-inspired meta-game, where Commanders direct the flow of battle and co-ordinate powerful in-game abilities that influence the team’s march to victory. Team up and tackle enemy combatants online in 50v50 skirmishes across a dynamically shifting frontline, choose one of 14 playable roles within infantry, recon, and armour unit types, each equipped with authentic weapons, vehicles, and equipment.”
PS Plus October: PGA Tour 2K21
Next up, PlayStation 4 players can take to the links in PGA Tour 2K21. The long-running series freshens things up with the latest edition through different difficulty modes and an all-around more welcoming golfing experience.
Prove you’ve got what it takes to become FedExCup Champion. Take on PGA Tour Pros across stunning, real-life courses during your very own career and earn rewards and gear, then play against your friends or the world’s best players in local and online* matches. Create your own player and customize your equipment, then build your own clubhouse, designing and running full seasons and tournaments customized to your rules and requirements.”
PS Plus October: Mortal Kombat X
Finally, Mortal Kombat X rounds off the PS Plus October line-up. Certainly starting to get long in the tooth, Mortal Kombat X still guarantees hours of gory fun for fighting game fans. This one lands as the second PS Plus October game for PS4.
Netherrealm Studios’ bone-crunching beat ‘em up fuses cinematic presentation with an all-new gameplay experience. For the first time in the series’ history, every character in its robust roster has a selection of different fighting styles to pick from, offering an expanded range of strategies to take into battle, as well as combat against.”
Remember to pick up September’s games – Predator: Hunting Grounds, Overcooked: All You Can Eat!, and Hitman 2 – before the PlayStation Plus October line-up goes live on Tuesday, October 5. These, in turn, will be available until Monday, November 1.