The wait is over for PlayStation Plus members, Sony has confirmed which games will be available to PS Plus members for free in the coming month. The new titles include a coming-of-age “heart-warming” story and one very difficult platformer according to Sony, these titles will be available to members on the first Tuesday of October. Free games are available to members on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Super Meat boy is the difficult platformer, it features tough obstacles and traps, grinding levels and “smiling chunks of meat.” It’s available for free on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
Broken Age makes players guide two teenagers through familiar circumstances in two different worlds, it features a very beautiful soundtrack and is said to be perfect for those who like the adventure genre. It’s also available for the aforementioned consoles.
PS4 and PS3 get Unmechanical: Extended whereas Chariot is available for free on PS3 only. Both PS3 and PS Vita get Kung Fu Rabbit and KickBeat.
Sony has also confirmed that Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition is no longer going to be offered as a free download to members from October 6th, 2015. Those who haven’t downloaded it for free yet have some time until October 6th to get their hands on the PS Plus Edition of Driveclub free.