PlayStation Plus’ October leak suggests you’ll get another chance to ignore astonishingly unsettling FPS

Another month, another batch of PlayStation Plus leaks, this time about the titles you can play on the Extra tier.

If you saw Gotham Knights on Xbox Game Pass earlier this month and thought to yourself, “Man, Willicks, I wish one of the biggest disappointments of 2022 was also on PlayStation Plus Extra,” then you’re in luck! According to Dealabs, that’s exactly what’s happening, alongside a number of other games that are apparently all set to release on October 17th. It should be noted that billbil-kun, who reported the leak, has a very good track record of PlayStation Plus related leaks. As mentioned, Gotham Knights is the biggest title coming this month. But given the mediocre response, you might not care that much.

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However, fitting for the season is the vastly underrated Alien Isolation, an excellent little horror game that serves as a sequel to the original 1979 film. It was also created by Creative Assembly, the developers of the recently discontinued Hyenas. It seems like a number of games are being added to coincide with the Halloween season, as both Dead Island Definitive Edition and The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes are also being added to the service.

For those who miss the days of over-the-top action games from the PS2 era, Gungrave GORE is also joining the subscription service. For those who like a bit of science fiction in their lives, space simulation game Elite Dangerous is also added as an option. There are some indie recommendations for those who don’t like the big AAA life, like the modern classic Disco Elysium The Final Cut or the adventure puzzle game Far: Changing Tides.

According to Dealabs, you can expect an official reveal this Wednesday, October 11th. So it won’t be long before we find out whether the October list is complete or not.

Chrissy Callahan

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