Once again, leaker “billbil-kun” advanced the line-up and brought two of the three October 2023 PS Plus games. These will reach the Essential level, which in consequence, will also be available for those on higher plans. Sony will make the official announcement this Wednesday (27), but the games have been leaked ahead of such reveal.
According to the leaker, the list will come with the following news for subscribers:
- The Callisto Protocol
- Farming Simulator 22
It is important to remember that Billbill-kun has a high track record. However, it should not be treated as an official source. It’s worth waiting for Sony’s announcement, tomorrow (27), to be sure of this line-up.
More on October 2023 PS Plus games
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The Callisto Protocol
“With a third-person narrative, the survival horror game is set 300 years in the future. The player takes on the role of Jacob Lee, who, by fate, is thrown into the Black Iron Prison, a maximum security penitentiary located on Callisto, Jupiter’s moon. Chaos ensues when the prisoners transform into monstrous creatures. To survive, Jacob must escape the Black Iron Prison, eliminating any obstacle. Along the way, he will discover the dark and disturbing secrets hidden beneath the surface of Callisto.”
Farming Simulator 22
“Step into the shoes of a modern farmer! Agriculture, livestock, and forestry will offer you a wide variety of activities amid the challenges presented by the four seasons, especially winter. Be creative in creating your farm and set up a production chain to extend your operations, forming an agricultural empire! Take advantage of the cross-platform function to run your farm with your friends.”
The former is certainly a neat surprise for PlayStation players. After all, it’s a recent release. It may not have scored high on reviews, but still, if you want a good horror experience that resembles Dead Space, then it will be great to experience this game as part of the PS Plus catalog. The second, well… It’s a niche game. If you’re into this kind of game, then it’s a great addition too.