After getting leaked by the Polish PlayStation page, Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game, have now been officially confirmed by Sony. The games will be available for download next Tuesday.
Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game have been confirmed as free PlayStation Plus games for December 2019. The two games previously available for a no-charge download were Nioh and Outlast 2. The PlayStation Plus subscription is still on offer at a 25 per cent discount as part of the Black Friday sale over on the PlayStation Store.
The news was first leaked by the Polish PlayStation page who got an itchy trigger finger and shared the news before the world (and the PlayStation overlords) was ready for it. The revealing post has quickly been taken down but this is the Internet where nothing ever dies and if you try to kill it, it only comes back to haunt you.
Now that Sony have officially confirmed the two games, let's meet our free titles for the month of December, shall we?
Behind door number one is Titanfall 2. This first-person shooter was developed by Respawn Entertainment and launched on October 28, 2016. The game sees you controlling Titans, go figure. They are imposing exoskeletons that let you do all sorts of shenanigans, like going for a run on various walls.
Door number two hides Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game. A long name for a game that has spent a while in its development process. It has official tracks, bikes, and racers but no tutorials or tips throughout. We're sure this game has its share of fans across the globe but it's clear that Titanfall 2 is the tent-pole game for the December offering of Sony's PlayStation Plus subscription service.
Titanfall 2 and Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game will be available for download on December 3, 2019.