PlayStation Plus January Lineup Revealed

29 December, 2018, 05:34 | Author: Bennie Parsons
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It is an open world sports game where you can explore the mountain and try awesome sports like ski, snowboard, and you can even drop from the mountain in a wingsuit or with a paraglider!

It's nearly January 2019, which means the start of a new year of free games is coming to PS+ subscribers. But the main problem was that the game was very slow due to poor optimization of the EMU, based on the free version of ePSXe project. This game is for those looking for a little excitement this winter season.

According to this PlayStation Blog post, the latest batch of free games will rotate in on January 1, 2019. So, you only to have a Plus Membership and can enjoy the listed games on PlayStation cross Platforms.


Portal Knights, the enjoyable action RPG from Keen Games, is January's other PlayStation 4 title.

PlayStation Vita owners will be able to grab Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion, and Super Mutant Alien Assault. These will be available for a longer period of time, but there's no reason why you shouldn't get them alongside the free Ubisoft games.

In addition to these two titles, January's offerings will also include two PlayStation 3 and two PlayStation Vita games. Portal Knights can also be played with friends, with the game supporting up to four players at once. Hope you got a PS Plus subscription for Christmas... or whichever holiday you celebrate. Stay tuned for additional news, deals, and reviews as we transition into 2019. Originally, Steep is priced at $29.99 so you'll be saving some cash if you download it next month.

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