PlayStation Plus December Games Officially Revealed; Darksiders II, Kung-Fu Panda, and More

Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition, Forma.8, Kung-Fu Panda: Shadow of Legendary Warriors, News, Originals, Platforms, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, PSVita, Syberia Collection, Wanted Corps, Xblaze Lost: Memories


The wait is finally over. It’s that time of the month when Sony announces the titles that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in the next month, and needless to say, December 2017’s lineup is definitely quite odd, to say the least.

In what could be described as the best title of the lineup by far, we start with Darksiders II: The Deathinitive Edition, which is essentially an upscaled port of the PlayStation 3 version of the game, with all of the game’s DLC included free of additional charge. You can check out our review of the original edition here.

Next up we have what only can be described as in interesting turn with Kung-Fu Panda: Shadow of the Legendary Warriors. While it may seem like an odd addition at first, this is great for parents who are planning on buying a PlayStation 4 for their kids during the holiday season.

Finally, we have the PS3 and PS Vita titles in the lineup, which include Syberia Collection (PS3), Xblaze Lost: Memories (PS3), Forma.8 (PS Vita and PS4), and Wanted Corp (PS Vita).

Just a friendly reminder that those who live in disaster-affected areas have had their PlayStation Plus memberships extended, so if you’re worried that it’ll be expired by the time this lineup is released, you are more than likely covered.



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