The PlayStation Plus Essential subscription offers all the essential features of PlayStation Plus, including monthly games, online multiplayer, and more. As part of PlayStation Plus Extra, take it to the next level with a selection of hundreds of downloadable PS4TM and PS5TM games. Alternatively, subscribe to PlayStation Plus Deluxe to add time-limited game trials and retro games to the mix.
In October, the PS Plus free game selection for October 2022 becomes available. Throughout October, all PS Plus subscribers can download Hot Wheels Unleashed, Injustice 2, and Superhot. Make sure you take advantage of these freebies while you can because overall they are a great selection.
PlayStation Plus Free Games October 2022
The Full List of Monthly Games Is as Follows:
Hot Wheels Unleashed (PS5, PS4)
Collect, create, and race in this great arcade sim based on the Hot Wheels universe in Hot Wheels Unleashed (PS5, PS4). Earn new vehicles and then use them on the racetrack to compete against up to 12 other players online or race side-by-side with pals in split-screen.
Why not attempt to design your own course after you have competed? Both within and outside the track editor, create stunning layouts. Create a fantastic amusement park for your races using advertising loops, unique boosters, obstacles, and special elements, then post your design online for other players to utilize.
Injustice 2 (PS4)
The Mortal Kombat creators are back in the DC universe with the largest superhuman cast in Injustice 2 (PS4). Choose from twisted versions of well-known heroes and supervillains, then transport epic-scale combat to breathtaking places all over the world.
A story-driven single-player campaign will captivate you as Batman battles Superman’s rule. You may also engage in multiplayer battles both locally and online. After each game, you’ll receive equipment to outfit, personalize, and develop your roster.
The first-person shooter SUPERHOT blurs the lines between calculated strategy and unrestrained mayhem. In this game, time only moves when you move. No health bars that regenerate. No strategically arranged ammunition drops.
You are the last one left, outgunned and outnumbered, trying to shoot, slash, and move amid a hail of slow-motion bullets while collecting the weapons of fallen foes. You can focus on what’s most important the gameplay’s fluidity and cinematic beauty—thanks to SUPERHOT’s clean, minimalistic aesthetic.
Later this month, the October PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Game Catalog lineup will be revealed. (Editor’s Note: It’s unclear to us whether Sony Interactive Entertainment is referring to October’s PlayStation Plus month or September, which will conclude in two days.)