PlayStation Plus vs. Xbox Live Gold News & Update: Which Has The Best Game Lineup For December 2016? Find Out Here!

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 05, 2016 04:37 AM EST
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The game enthusiasts will be up with a lot of treats as Sony and Microsoft already announced its free games for December for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold subscribers. However, which among these two giant game companies offer a great big deal to its members when it comes to free titles?

PlayStation Plus offers "Invisible, Inc." and "Stories: The Path of Destinies" both on Dec. 6 for PlayStation 4 users. Xbox Live Gold members, on the other hand, can enjoy "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition" from Dec. 1 to 31 and "Outlast" starting on Dec. 16 to Jan. 1 both for Xbox One players.

With the comparison of four titles, according to Daily Express, Xbox Live Gold got the best titles this time in contrast to PlayStation Plus. Sony might have the highest scoring game with "Invisible Inc.," but its free game lineup needs to have more star power as Microsoft got the known and famous titles.

Aside from the PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold free games, Microsoft also allows its users to play "Burnout Paradise" for free. Meanwhile, ComingSoon added that PlayStation Plus also offers the 3D shooter game "Hyper Void" and the arcade shooter title "Tiny Troopers Joint Ops" for PlayStation 3 users and also available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Also, comes on board for PlayStation Plus are the puzzle game "VVVVVV" and the side scroller "Color Guardians" for PlayStation Vita and also available for PlayStation 4. For Xbox Live Gold, Xbox 360 users can also play the survival horror game "Outlast" through Xbox One backwards compatibility.

Xbox Live Gold members can down "Outland" starting on Dec. 1 to Dec. 15 and the racing game "Burnout Paradise" starting Dec. 31. Interested players who want to be a member of PlayStation Plus can go to this link while others who want to be a member of Xbox Live Gold can go here.

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