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PlayStation Plus subscribers have one last chance to grab GTA-like classic

Kate Harrold

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PlayStation Plus subscribers have one last chance to grab GTA-like classic

Featured Image Credit: 2K, Sony

Yesterday marked the announcement of PlayStation Plus’ final essential tier line-up for 2023. You likely won’t be surprised to hear that, yet again, the line-up has split fans.

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As of 5 December, you can enjoy LEGO 2K Drive, Powerwash Simulator, and Sable. I’d call that a solid line-up. I had the opportunity to review LEGO 2K Drive earlier this year and it’s totally possible to avoid those pesky microtransactions and have a great time. I wrote, “The automatic morphing between vehicles is a stroke of genius - keeping races varied and entertaining. Each track offers a new challenge, and the various hubs of Bricklandia are certain to keep you busy for hours on end.” Powerwash Simulator is a surprising hit if you’re looking for satisfying, zen vibes - and I’ve been told to play Sable more times than I can count.

You still have one last chance to grab November’s PlayStation Plus essential tier line-up and fans of Grand Theft Auto shouldn’t miss one game in particular.

Take a look at Sable in action below.

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As mentioned, the new games will become available on 5 December which means you have until then to grab Mafia II: Definitive Edition, Dragon Ball: The Breakers, and Aliens Fireteam Elite. As suggested by Digital Trends, Mafia II is the perfect game to sample if you’re a fan of Grand Theft Auto - and I wouldn’t particularly say that you need to be familiar with the first Mafia entry.

Developed and originally released by 2K back in 2010, this action-adventure title sees you assume the role of Vito Scaletta, a mobster and war veteran who gets in over his head after joining the Falcone crime family.

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While Mafia II is set in a very different era compared to what we’re used to in GTA entries, it shares many of the same gameplay mechanics. There are gunfights, car chases, and a wanted system - so you’ll need to switch out your look and ride if you want to evade the cops. All in all, it’s well worth downloading. Grab it before it’s too late.

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Grand Theft Auto

Kate Harrold
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