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It’s that time again where we find out what is in the PlayStation Plus October line-up. Of course, this month includes a bonus in the form of the much-anticipated DriveClub PS+ edition. DriveClub PS+ Edition features a host of tracks and cars (with a full-unlock and season pass available at launch). It’s a bumper month to be a PS+ subscriber.

As always, you can download these directly on your console of choice and on the SEN website. Pro-tip: You can purchase a PS+ game for free even for consoles you don’t own yet so if you’re getting a PS4, PS3 or Vita in the future, download the games and you’ll have a bursting library available to you when you pick up the console (assuming you keep renewing your PS+ membership).

On October 8th, you’ll be able to download:


DriveClub PS+ Edition

DriveClub, developed by Evolution Studios (Motorstorm, WRC Series) is an added bonus for PS+ Subscribers. DriveClub lets you make your own club and own the road in some of the world’s best cars with your friends in tow. With amazing 1080P graphics, Forza Horizon 2 might have some tough competition from this PlayStation exclusive. As its the PS+ edition, you won’t have access to everything but you’ll still be able to get a platinum trophy in the game. If you like what you see, you can purchase a one-time upgrade for €49.99 granting you access to all five locations, 55 tracks, 50 cars and all 50 tour events even if your PS+ membership expires.

Dust: An Elysian Tail


Spelunky (Crossbuy – Also available on PS3 and PS Vita)


PS Vita:

Pix the Cat (Crossbuy – Also available on PS3 & PS4)


Rainbow Moon (Crossbuy – Also available on PS3)



Batman: Arkham Asylum


Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara


September’s Line-Up:

You’re still able to download September’s PS+ line up until the 8th of October including:


  • Velocity 2X (Crossbuy – Also available on PSVita)
  • Sportsfriends (Crossbuy – Also available on PS3)


  • PS All-Stars Battle Royale (Crossbuy – Also available on PSVita)
  • Hoard

PS Vita

  • Joe Danger
  • TxK

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Source: PlayStation Blog

David McGinley

Irish Writer, Ad man and lover of tea, all things digital, gaming, coffee, photography, gadgets, writer @TheEffectDotNet. Views are my own.

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