- Sony has announced PS Plus Essential games for December 2022.
- PS Plus members will get Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and Biomutant this month.
- This month’s PS Plus Essential games will be available from December 6th.
Sony has announced PlayStation Plus Essential games for this month. PS Plus Essential games are available for all PS Plus members regardless of their tier. These games will be available to claim for a limited time only, so it is best to download them once they go live. Last month’s PS Plus Essential are still available to download for a few days. Sony is offering 3 games this month to PS Plus subscribers, which will be available to claim for a month.
Your PlayStation Plus Monthly Games for December:— PlayStation (@PlayStation) November 30, 2022
💥 Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition
🪐 Mass Effect Legendary Edition
All available on December 6. More details: https://t.co/e0LcYFc73V pic.twitter.com/FrL42MYS1s
PS Plus Essential will get the following games on December 6th:
- Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition (PS4, PS5)
- Mass Effect Legendary Edition (PS4)
- Biomutant (PS4, PS5)
These games will be available for all PS Plus members until January 2nd, 2023. PS Plus users can still download last month’s games including Nioh 2, Heavenly Bodies, and Lego Harry Potter Collection until December 5th. Sony will soon announce PS Plus Extra and Deluxe games, which are expected to be available in the middle of this month. Last month’s PS Plus Extra and Deluxe games featured The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Kingdom Hearts III, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, What Remains of Edith Finch, and more.
Sony has lost 2 million PS Plus subscribers after the service revamp, according to the latest earnings report. However, PlayStation has witnessed a 10 percent hike in total revenue to ¥116 billion. Sony has also shipped 3.3 million PS5 units in the last quarter, with a total of 25 million PS5 consoles shipped so far. While speaking about Sony’s performance, the company’s CFO Hiroki Totoki said, “More people are now going outdoors, and we have yet to get out of the negative cycles. PS4 and third-party software sales have also been rather sluggish, and sales of catalogue titles have also been declining.”