PlayStation Plus game news: the games “offered” in January 2023, including an excellent Star Wars
Published on 29/12/2022 at 08:25
That’s it, the announcement has just fallen: Sony has unveiled the games that will be “offered” to all PlayStation subscribers in January 2023. Something to start the year with confidence, especially since it is These are very interesting titles.
Welcome to 2023! If this message is still a bit avant-garde, it is not for Sony, which is already talking about its January plans for the PlayStation Plus. Whether you subscribe to the Essential, Extra or Premium formula, you have access to several games each month which are added to your collection indefinitely.… as long as you remain subscribed to the service. A tactic that has lasted since the PS3 already.
For this new Year, Sony has just highlighted the three games concerned, which are:
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
Undoubtedly THE big game of January on PlayStation Plus, which also comes at the right time since its sequel, Star Wars Jedi Survior, will be released on March 17. This first episode concocted by Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall, Apex Legends) published in 2019 made a very strong impression by offering a demanding journey with small Souls-like sides, tinged with platform and fan service. A really refreshing ode to the interplanetary adventure that we particularly appreciated when writing and that we can only advise you too well.
Axiom Verge 2
After having created the surprise with a first part, Thomas Happ returned with a sequel full of ambitions, published in August 2021. This tribute to the supercharged 2D action game, steeped in platforms and areas to explore – in the jargon, we call it a metroidvania – offers here deliberately old-school graphics, 8-bit style. We embody here Indra, a billionaire who has gone to Antarctica and finds herself in spite of herself in an alternate Earth infested with machines and covered with the remains of a high-tech civilization. A good pretext for adventure and fighting in pixel-art.
We know it: the launch of Fallout 76 turned out to be catastrophic and we were the first to hit it on the wrist. But well aware of the MMO’s potential and of having missed its mark, Bethesda worked hard and tirelessly to rebuild the experience as it went along, delivering patches, improvements and extensions that make it a completely different game today. . It’s clearly worth trying out this great multiplayer title with a post-apocalyptic universe, as it no longer resembles what it was when it arrived. (we could call it the No Man’s Sky effect).
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