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PlayStation Plus free game has one of gaming's most impressive open worlds

Emma Flint

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PlayStation Plus free game has one of gaming's most impressive open worlds

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PlayStation Plus gets a bad rap, but there are free games on the service that are among the most impressive open worlds we’ve seen in video games. A fine example of which is available right now, and should not be overlooked.

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Batman: Arkham Knight is back in the spotlight again, mainly because of how “unplayable” it is on the Nintendo Switch. However, awkward ports aside, the game is legendary as far as fans are concerned; with a near perfect rating on the PlayStation Store, alongside a loyal fandom, the game is up there as a must-play classic.

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For those interested in playing the game on the PS4 or PS5, you can do so without spending extra money as it’s part of PS Plus Extra. We know, we know, the service hasn’t exactly been thriving lately, with December’s free games off to a shaky start. Still, while there are many duds as far as fans are concerned, there’s also plenty of golden games to get your hands on. Batman: Arkham Knight is one of those games. Perhaps the best of those games.

As you’ll likely already know, fans have been excited over the prospect of new content for the game a full eight years after its original launch; able to wear a new outfit, it’s added a sense of freshness to the game – as if it really needed it. Then, of course, there’s the wonderfully heartfelt tribute to Kevin Conroy in the re-release in the Batman: Arkham Asylum on the Switch.

Basically, the entire Arkham franchise is still packed full of things to explore and discover, be you a PS player or Nintendo. However, on PS you have the chance to explore for free, while those on the Switch have had to pay cold, hard cash for that privilege. No matter where or how you play the game, though, we hope you see the wonders of its impressive open world with as much fondness as we do.

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

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