With Microsoft already pulling the curtain back on the free Games with Gold games for January 2018
With Microsoft already pulling the curtain back on the free Games with Gold games for January 2018, Sony fans are impatient to learn what titles their PS Plus subscription will net them in the new year. While we still don’t have an official announcement from Sony itself, an image has been making the rounds on various forums that seems to leak three free games PS Plus subscribers can look forward to downloading in January.
The lineup is headlined by Batman: The Telltale Series, the first season of Telltale’s Batman games. Batman: The Telltale Series has earned some praise for having more impressive action sequences than most of Telltale’s games, though opinions on Troy Baker’s performance as Batman have been mixed. Either way, those with a PS Plus subscription have nothing to lose by trying it out, and if they like it enough, then they may even be convinced to play the second season, Batman: Enemy Within.
Another major game that will apparently be available in January 2018’s PS Plus lineup is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Mankind Divided failed to make quite as big of a splash as its predecessor and earned a great deal of criticism for it use of microtransactions. Regardless, the game still had mostly positive reviews, and it’s always a rare treat when PS Plus features a triple-A game in its lineup.
Finally, it looks like PS4 owners will have another chance to download That’s You! for free. That’s You! is a multiplayer party game where players use their smartphones instead of DualShock 4 controllers to answer strange questions about each other. Sony offered it for free earlier this year separately from its Instant Game Collection lineup, and it looks like it’s decided to do that again if this leaked image is to be believed.
However, whether or not this image can be trusted is up for debate. Every month brings with it supposed leaks of PlayStation Plus and Games with Gold lineups, and it seems as though they are incorrect more than they are accurate. It’s quite possible that this image has been faked just to mislead PS4 fans, but with January right around the corner, at least we won’t have to wait too much longer for answers.