Use four wheels and racing skills to outsmart opponents and stay alive in a city out to stop you and challenge yourself to stalk the fine line between supernatural vigilante and unholy monster with this month’s PS Plus games. With both Need for Speed: Payback and Vampyr launching October 6, you won’t have long until you can turn speed demon or sink your teeth into a thrilling action horror.
Survive thrilling heist missions, partake in metal-crunching car battles, perform dazzling setpieces and more in this four-wheeled action blockbuster. Set in the fictional, corrupt gambler’s paradise of Fortune Valley, choose from three different characters – each with their own unique skills – customise your rides and take on an open world’s worth of events as you seek revenge on those who wronged you.
Life is Strange developer Dontnod Entertainment challenges you to embrace the darkness with this 1918-set, third-person action RPG with deep narrative choices. Play a doctor turned vampire ghosting through a London gripped by violence and fear. Use your supernatural abilities, as well as man-made tools and weapons to fight or flee the forces of evil and vampire hunters. Save the city’s populace or feed on them to become stronger, but giving in to your bloodlust can have grave consequences…
A new wave of titles means we have to wave goodbye to last month’s. So make sure not to miss out on adding Street Fighter V and PUBG: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to your PS4 library before both exit PS Plus on October 5.
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Don’t forget Need for Speed is on EA Play. Sony making other services completely worthless.
Noice! Fancied vampyr for a while now so happy with that. Not much for racers but will have a look. Been a good year for me in general. 👍
Glad to get Vampyr but come on Sony. One game on PS Now and one on EA Play, why even have these services if you keep giving those games away for free.
Because only a small amount of the 45 million PS Plus members have EA Play and PS Now. Those services have a few million subscribers at the most. Amazing how many of you people don’t realize that.
Most countries don’t even have access to PS Now, only several Golden Billion countries actually do.
@Mercenary So, because it’s good for you it doesn’t matter about those which it affects your saying (again)? Seriously, start thinking about things from a different perspective now and then instead of the centre of the universe argument you perpetually convey.
@Gotreck_74 the same goes for you; because very few people from the richest countries are subscribed to both services, the vast majority of players shouldn’t get the amazing games such as Vampyr? PS Now has a very narrow geography. Most gamers have to only rely on PS+ and they want good games too.
They have started giving ea play and ps now games, I don’t understand why people don’t even complain about it.
Vampyr is solid but kind of a meh month. With the PS Plus collection in November that’s probably why.
Batman: Arkham Knight
Detroit: Become Human
Final Fantasy XV
God of War
inFAMOUS: Second Son
The Last Guardian
The Last of Us Remastered
Monster Hunter: World
Mortal Kombat X
Ratchet & Clank
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Last guardian is the only game on the list that I haven’t finished lol. My disc collection is suddenly worth nothing I guess…
@Atermi Just two for me: Monster Hunter World and Mortal Kombat X. Both seem somewhat pointless without the purchase of DLC though. I guess I can trade in my discs if i want to but it seems somewhat pointless.
I guess it’s a really good lineup if you didn’t have a PS4, there are some absolurte classics in there.
Sony dumping on the PS Now gamers again. There is literally no point in subscribing to both services at present.
The only thing that doesn’t surprise me is that we weren’t offered two games we haven’t already had from the PS Plus Collection (the 18 games for PS Plus Subscribers who own a PS5).
Nice line up, Vampyr is an awesome game and I wont say no to a need for speed game
Another absolute joke of a month… So i have EA Access and PS Now.. and yet again you offer us NOTHING!!! Why do you keep putting games on that are already on a subscription service, how clueless can you be??? That’s 2 months in a row we have got PS Now games, and 3 this year.. you are yet again taking my money and offering nothing. Fuming.
Vampyr looks interesting. Though Need for Speed payback i’ve only heard and read bad reception to. Would have been a better fit if there was Vampyr and a horror game since it October. Otherwise decent month!
Oh come on… Why not give something like Resident Evil 7, or Anthem. I prefer Anthem to Need for Speed….
Pay for EA play and play Anthem and cancel. That’s what I did. It’s awful. One of the worst games that I’m glad I didn’t spend $60 on.
None of those games are my cup of tea. I guess a racing game should have been added in the collection eventually, and vampyr is somewhat spooky, but since it’s October couldn’t you offer some good horror games? Or at least a bonus vr compatible horror game? Seems more appropriate than giving a racing game and… Whatever vampyr is trying to be
As I read the comments…. PS Now is not available in every country. For example in Hungary and as a guess many more. So i am happy with this 2 game 🙂
Why not add one more game that is like a horror like days gone or something like that
Not saying the others are bad they are good but having a horror tittle with it being October and all will make it fit.
Vampyr seems like a cool game that I would never have played before. I don’t care for racing games. I can see how people who have Playstation Now feel cheated. Anyway, as long as there is one cool game I am gonna play it and enjoy this month’s Playstation. I’ve got 4 story games now to play until Cyberpunk comes out in November
Vampyr wasn’t released on the Saudi Store. And the post does not say anything about the alternative title.
Can you please edit it at least?
Thanks in advance.
Another bad month in my eyes, but looking back at the previous months I shouldn’t be surprised. The last month that had a game I was interested in was July 2019.
Heck yes! Been wanting to play Vampyr for ages! Haven’t played Need for Speed since…well, the original in ’95, so should be interesting.
With the line up likes this and last month and month before that, there is no point having both ps+ and ps now. Just merge them already
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