PlayStation Plus free games for December have had an uncertain start, leaving some disappointed.
PlayStation Plus users have yet to accept that things cannot get any worse when the November selection was revealed and are unhappy about what has been offered for December free games selection. Needless to say, many have taken this announcement with indifference or displeasure with December already making an unimpressive first impression in November alone!
As is widely known, eleven games will be exiting PS Plus this December – Yakuza: Like A Dragon being one such title that’s leaving. While refreshing its library regularly is necessary, users have expressed disappointment and threatened cancellation their subscriptions in response. For the full list of titles leaving, visit here for all the details.
“They appear to be taking out bigger/better games more frequently,” suggested one gamer, with another agreeing with their sentiment, noting “This was exactly my thought – they just add average games while taking away great ones”. To add insult to injury for Sony’s efforts even further, one individual indicated that many of the titles being added weren’t even average but instead fit under “low D tier”.
PS Plus subscribers should consider withdrawing due to decreasing interest. While certain classic RPGs might still remain, many don’t make an impression upon fans and lead them away from subscribing altogether.
Redditor IAmAshley2 responded to the news of games leaving, by not renewing her membership once it expires and purchasing only those she wanted once on sale digital or physical.” Who could blame them; PS Plus offers games like Gollum that might at first seem funny but quickly turn sour; spending monthly fees just playing bad games doesn’t sound appealing at all!