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PlayStation Plus drops next batch of free games today

Sam Cawley

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PlayStation Plus drops next batch of free games today

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PlayStation Plus subscribers rejoice, your next three free games are available today and you definitely mustn’t sleep on them.

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Last week, as is tradition, PlayStation announced the next batch of games joining the Essential line-up of PlayStation Plus, Immortals Of Aveum, Minecraft: Legends and Skul: The Hero Slayer.

The one worth checking out the most has to be Immortals Of Aveum, which you can see below

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You can play all three in their entirety for free this month, and the following months as once you’ve claimed and added them to your library they’re yours to keep.

Immortals Of Aveum is a unique take on a first-person shooter, where instead of working your way through an armoury of…armaments, you’ll instead become an all-powerful battlemage.

Players are given a wide variety of spells and abilities for annihilating your enemies, staying on the move, and going toe-to-toe with some chaotically powerful boss encounters, I’d even go out on a limb and say it has some of the best magical combat in any game, ever.

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Next up is Minecraft: Legends, where you’ll swap out the peaceful, sandbox gameplay of Minecraft and instead embrace all-out warfare.

In this game you’ll need to master resources and strategy, either alone or with your friends, and you pit powerful armies against each other to protect the Overworld from a variety of evil creatures.

Last but not least is Skul: The Hero Slayer, a delightful 2D platformer that’s very reminiscent of a rogue-like.

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In this game you’ll master several weapons, which can be equipped in pairs, to become an unstoppable killing machine that’s wholeheartedly unique to your playstyle.

All three games are now available to PlayStation Plus subscribers of any tier, Essential, Extra or Premium.

There are even some more freebies available for subscribers in the form of microtransactions in other games, so all in all it’s a pretty decent month for PlayStation players so far.

Topics: PlayStation, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Playstation Plus, Sony, Free Games

Sam Cawley
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