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Last chance for PS Plus games October: PS4, PS3, PS Vita


October has come and gone, but if you're in a hurry, you can still get your free PS4, PS3 and PS White games for the month, provided you're a PlayStation Plus member. Sony is waiting for the first Tuesday of each month to change PS Plus freebies so you even have the 6th of November to get your games before returning at the usual price.

The PS4 games offered in October are Friday the 13th The Game and Laser League. Friday 13th is an online multiplayer game that gives a player control over Jason Voorhees, a powerful villain who is busy finding and killing relatively helpless teenagers ruled by the other players. These players, meanwhile, must avoid the masked assassination and try to fly. The Laser League is an online futuristic, neon-drenched arena sports game.

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For PS3, you get the wonderful black and white puzzle game Broen (which you can also play on PS4) and an adventure game called Master Reboot. White owners can grab dual-stick shooter Rocketbirds 2: Evolution and Retro Style Adventure Games 2064: Read Only Memories. Both White Games can also be played on PS4.

Starting November 6th, you will be able to download November's PS Plus game. These include Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami on PS4, Jackbox Party Pack 2 and Arkedo Series on PS3, and Burly Men at Sea and Roundabout on PS Vita (the latter two are also playable on PS4 thanks to Cross Buy).

PlayStation Plus Games for October 2018


  • Friday the 13th game
  • Laser league
  • The bridge (also on PS3 and White)
  • Rocketbirds 2: Evolution (also on White)
  • 2064: Read only memories (also on White)


  • Master Reboot
  • The bridge (also on PS4 and White)

PS Vita

  • Rocketbirds 2: Evolution (also on PS4)
  • 2064: Read only memories (also on PS4)
  • The bridge (also on PS3 and PS4)
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