Indeed you will, as whether you own a PS4, PS3 or a Vita, you’ll be bombarded with a deluge of pant wetting titles… Or you may just shit yourself with delight.
For those who managed to get hold of Sony’s new black box of delights, you’ll be pleased, or maybe terrified to hear that Outlast is the next game to be added to your Instant Game Collection.
The survival horror hit was released on PC last year to a crowd of baying fans in need of a good fright and it delivered in spades. Possibly spades used to bury dead bodies. The game is set in an asylum where things seem to have went very, very wrong and you, as a nosey journalist, decide to poke your nose in armed with a night-vision camera and not much else. Can you survive a night with the inmates or will you just pull up a chair and listen to Daniel O’Donnell hits being played on repeat for the rest of your life?
If you still have a PS3 under your TV, or more likely demoted to the spare bedroom, two of last years huge FPS hits are on their way to you. Twisting, emotional, racist-baiting roller-coaster ride, Bioshock Infinite will be yours for nothing. If that’s not enough, you’ll be racing down underground tunnels and avoiding futuristic communists in the excellent horror shooter, Metro: Last Light.
If you prefer dodging off to the toilet while gaming or just travel a lot, you’ll have the option to download Dynasty Warriors Next and Modnation Racers: Roadtrip…
Phew! That’s a lot of top class gaming for the fans of Sony and truly a show of just how good value PS+ is for the money. It’s also speculation at the minute but the accuracy of Plus titles seems to be well out in the open by this time in the month. It also may be slightly different for users outside of the UK.