We're already at the final free PS+ games story for 2018; how quickly this year has come to a close! Regardless, it's hard to say no to free games. Players in Onrush can race in off-road vehicles or motorcycles. For the Xbox 360, the free games are Dragon Age II, which will be available December 1-15, and Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, available December 16-31.
First up for PS3 gamers in December is the 2D side-scrolling shooter Steredenn. Just like the previous months, PS Plus subscribers can have access to six games at no cost. The visual novel game follows a group of people who have technology that allows them to change the past. Lastly, PlayStation Vita players will be getting Iconoclasts (crossbuy with PS4) and Papers, Please.
All games will be free from December 4 through January 1, 2019, so make sure you add them to your library.
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It ended last in its European qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup with only one point from 10 matches. In their last match, Sweden defeated Russian Federation 2-0 in League B and was promoted to League A.
So there you have it, there are a couple of decent games on offer this month.
Sony is set to deliver another round of Christmas cheer this December with their PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection. Yes, you heard me right: for the first time in over 20 years, Sony will be pulling out of the biggest event in the industry's calendar year. Players will get to assume the role of an immigration officer in the "communist state of Arstotzka" in the adventure game "Papers, Please". Tell us in the comment section below.