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PlayStation Plus Free Games For October 2020 Announced

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For October 2020 Announced

PlayStation has announced which two free games PS Plus subscribers can get their hands on as we slide into the spooky month of October. Starting October 6th, users will be able to download and play Need For Speed: Payback and Vampyr. One is a much-loved entry in a classic racing franchise, the other is... about vampires. Can you guess which is which?


"Survive thrilling heist missions, partake in metal-crunching car battles, perform dazzling setpieces and more in this four-wheeled action blockbuster, Sony writes of Need For Speed: Payback on the PlayStation Blog. "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."

You might be a little less familiar with Vampyr, the action RPG from Life Is Strange developer Dontnod Entertainment. "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."

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Vampyr / Credit: Dontnod Entertainment
Vampyr / Credit: Dontnod Entertainment

You'll have until November 2nd to add both of these rather excellent games to your PlayStation Library - after which you'll be able to download and play them at any time... so long as you're still a paid-up PS Plus member.

Don't forget this means you've only got a few days left to claim September's offerings: Player Unknown's Battlegrounds and Street Fighter V will both leave the service on October 5th, so be sure not to miss out. With just one more PS Plus announcement left until the PlayStation 5 releases, it'll be interesting to see whether or not Sony ends the service's PS4 era with a bang.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

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