December PlayStation Plus Games Includes Soma and Onrush

December PlayStation Plus Games Includes Soma and Onrush

Plus a bonus for Warframe players.

December's PlayStation Plus games have been revealed and the list includes Frictional Games' mind-bending horror game, Soma.

Frictional is best known for spawning a million YouTube reaction videos thanks to Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Frictional passed on sequel duties to The Chinese Room who developed the under-appreciated Amnesia: Machine for Pigs to work on Soma, a new horror game that travels into the future to examine the horrors of human consciousness.

Frictional released Safe Mode as a free update that lets players play the entire game without the fear of a game over. It's still a terrifying experience but for players who can't nerve themselves to complete the game using combat, there's an option to play the game just to enjoy the story. I highly recommend doing so as it's worth the journey.

The next PlayStation Plus game for PS4 in December is Onrush, a gravity-defying racing game developed by the racing gurus at Codemasters. Reception to Onrush has been very positive and if you're a fan of Codemasters' previous racing games you'll definitely want to check out Onrush.

Other PlayStation Plus games for the month include:

  • Steredenn – PS3
  • Steinsgate – PS3
  • Iconoclasts – PS Vita (PS4 Cross Buy)
  • Papers, Please – PS Vita

In addition, PS Plus members who play Warframe will receive the Warframe: PlayStation Plus Booster Pack 3 with 100 Platinum, 100,000 Credits, Quanta (Corpus laser rifle), Quanta Obsidian Skin, 7-Day Affinity Booster, and a 7-Day Credit Booster.

Remember that in March 2019 PS Vita games will no longer be offered as part of PS Plus.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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