Rumor: PlayStation Plus October 2021 Lineup Leaks

It seems that the next slate of PlayStation Plus games have leaked out, and thanks to French community forum Dealabs, we know the three games that will supposedly be available on October 5. Here’s the potential PlayStation Plus October 2021 lineup.

PlayStation Plus Free Games October 2021:

Hell Let Loose  | PS5

Hell Let Loose is a resource-based strategic war simulator that features open battles of up to 100 players. The massive 4km maps are divided up into large sectors allowing for emergent and constantly unique gameplay that pits two forces of fifty players in a fight to the death across fields, bridges, forests and towns on an ever-evolving front line. Maps are a combination of satellite imagery, archival aerial photography and street-level recreation.

Mortal Kombat X | PS4

Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with all new gameplay. For the first time, players can choose from multiple variations of each character impacting both strategy and fighting style.

PGA Tour 2k21 | PS4

Play against the pros. Play with your crew. In PGA TOUR 2K21, you can play by the rules or create your own!

Hell Let Loose will be exclusive to PS5 users, and with the other two available on PS4 and PS5. Due note that Mortal Kombat X is already included for PlayStation 5 owners as part of the PlayStation Plus collection. While that may be odd, and may disprove this leak, Days Gone was also offered as part of the PlayStation Plus April lineup earlier this year, despite being part of the PS5 collection. All this means is that PS4 owners will now have the chance to play this title as part of the subscription.

It’s important to take this information with a grain of salt, as the official PS Plus games for October haven’t been confirmed by Sony just yet. That should be real soon since we’re at the end of the month, so stay tuned!

Source: Dealabs

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