Sony just announced that it added two free games for PlayStation Plus members in December as part of its promise to offer free games every month for the PlayStation 4-exclusive online multiplayer gaming subscription service. The games are Titanfall 2, released in 2016, and Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame, released earlier in 2018. The two games have a combined value of ₹4,498 on PlayStation Store as on December 3.
Titanfall 2 is a Sci-Fi first-person shooter game from the house of Electronic Arts (EA). The gameplay revolves around controlling giant robots, known as Titans, and their pilots. The main objective of the game is to wage war against an organisation named Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC) that intends to destroy the Militia planet Harmon by launching a superweapon. Titanfall 2 is a worth playing shooting action game. It was nominated for multiple awards, including Game of the Year, mostly in the multiplayer category.
Monster Energy Supercross– The Official Videogame is a two-wheeler racing game where you will get the opportunity to ride 80 brands of off-road bikes and take part in the racing championship both in the career and multiplayer modes. The game offers several customisation options for both rider and the bike. You can even design your own stadium using Track Editor and share it with online friends.
Sony offers three subscription packages for PlayStation Plus – monthly, quarterly, and yearly. The monthly pack costs ₹599, quarterly ₹1,588.65, and yearly ₹4,439. If you opt for an annual membership, you can save 40% over monthly plan and 37% over the quarterly plan. You can also get it at an even lower price on Amazon.