PlayStation Plus 2016 Release Date, Latest News, & Update: ‘Resident Evil’ Among Free Games For October

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Sep 29, 2016 10:27 AM EDT

October is a couple of days away and PlayStation Plus folks who want to avail of the game offers can expect some good game titles to choose from. Leading the way for the PS4 game console owners are “Resident Evil” and “Transformers: Devastation”.

Of course, the PS3 and PS Vita will also have their free games for October. For the PS3, “Mad Raiders” and “From Dust” will be available while PS Vita owners can look forward to “Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth” and “Actual Sunlight”.

Perfect time to play “Resident Evil”

The games are part of the monthly free offerings of Sony to PlayStation Plus subscribers, an impressive mix that players will likely want to get hold of. But the game title in focus should be “Resident Evil” which should prep up fans for the release of “Resident Evil Biohazard” which comes out this January.

“Resident Evil Biohazard” will release game versions for the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC on Jan. 24. Also, folks who may have picked up the PS4 Pro can look forward to high definition graphics as well thanks mainly to the added PS VR support for the survival horror video game.

Did you continue your Sony subscription?

As mentioned in a previous post, Sony hiked the prices for the PlayStation Plus program which mean membership fees are now a bit higher. Fortunately, subscribers who opt the monthly scheme will not be affected, Game Spot reported.

Uncannily, the ones who avail using the three-month and annual schemes can experience some fluctuations. The ones availing of the three-month PlayStation Plus scheme will need to shell out $24.99 while the folks who opt for the annual subscription will be charged $59.99.

As detailed, folks who avail of the bulk packages of the PlayStation Plus can still get a few price-offs so it depends on the confidence of gamers as far as the free game titles Sony plans to release.

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