Sony’s PlayStation Plus games for the month of January have been leaked ahead of time one more time, with fans of racing, JPRGs and first person shooter games to enjoy.
The three games that will be added to the monthly subscription service from the first Tuesday in January are Deep Rock Galactic (PS5), Dirt 5 (PS5 / PS4) and Persona 5 Strikers (PS4). If true, it would be one of the strongest months for PS Plus in a few months after the last three have been arguably mediocre.
As always, the report comes from the French settlement forum. Dealabs, which has been properly filtering titles for about six months. This included the PS Plus games for December: Godfall (PS5 / PS4), Lego DC Super-Villains (PS4), and Mortal Shell (PS4). You have until January 3 to redeem these three titles.
While you haven’t played any of these games personally, hopefully these three titles will kick off 2022 in a great way. Persona 5 Strikers only released in February last year, received rave reviews from both critics and fans, as well as amassing more than 1.5 million sales. The only caveat is that it is highly recommended to play Person 5 First, since Strikers is established six months after the latter.
Similarly, Codemasters Dirt 5 was nominated for the Best Sport / Racing title at the 2020 Game Awards and is seen as a great all-around driving simulator. Many locations appear in the fifth installment of the series, including Arizona, Brazil, China, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Nepal, New York, Norway, and South Africa.
Deep Rock Galactic, on the other hand, is more of an unknown quantity. Developed by Ghost Ship Games, the cooperative first-person shooter is the studio’s first project, originally released for PC and Xbox One in May 2020. This will mark Deep Rock Galactic’s first debut on PlayStation. It currently has a score of 85 on Metacritical, that is very positive and makes it the most attractive of the lost for me.
Sony officially announces its next line of PS Plus games on the last Wednesday of each month, so wait for full confirmation on December 29. Not so long now.