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Sony has unveiled the free games that will be available for PlayStation Plus members in December.

PlayStation 4 owners will get the co-op brawler Gauntlet: Slayer Edition and adventure game King?s Quest ? Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember, both of which you can see in the above trailer. Meanwhile, PlayStation 3 owners who have yet to get a taste of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon will get their chance next month.

Here’s the full list of game’s you’ll be getting, straight from the PlayStation Blog:

  • PS4Gauntlet: Slayer Edition
  • PS4King?s Quest ? Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember
  • PS3 ? Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • PS3 ? SSX
  • Vita ? Freedom Wars
  • Vita ? Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken

As always, these games will hit the first Tuesday of the month, which falls on December 1st.

Remember that you’ll need an active PlayStation Plus account to access these games, so if you ever stop subscribing to Sony’s premium service, your access to any free PlayStation Plus games in your library will go away as well.

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Free PlayStation Plus games for December revealed

By Spencer Campbell | 11/25/2015 06:00 PM PT

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Sony has unveiled the free games that will be available for PlayStation Plus members in December.

PlayStation 4 owners will get the co-op brawler Gauntlet: Slayer Edition and adventure game King?s Quest ? Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember, both of which you can see in the above trailer. Meanwhile, PlayStation 3 owners who have yet to get a taste of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon will get their chance next month.

Here’s the full list of game’s you’ll be getting, straight from the PlayStation Blog:

  • PS4Gauntlet: Slayer Edition
  • PS4King?s Quest ? Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember
  • PS3 ? Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • PS3 ? SSX
  • Vita ? Freedom Wars
  • Vita ? Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken

As always, these games will hit the first Tuesday of the month, which falls on December 1st.

Remember that you’ll need an active PlayStation Plus account to access these games, so if you ever stop subscribing to Sony’s premium service, your access to any free PlayStation Plus games in your library will go away as well.

Read More