6 new games come to PlayStation Plus in December

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Sony Files New Game Cartridge Patent

This vehicular combat game will see players choose from eight powerful vehicle classes each with their own traits and abilities, and drive to the max to win.

Microsoft also recently announced its free downloadable games for December.

Headed by racing game Onrush and indie horror SOMA, PS Plus subscribers definitely have a well-rounded batch of content to end the year with. The game includes major boss battles, arcade-like gameplay, fast sessions, and more. You will be able to access them for free, as long as your PlayStation Plus subscription is active.

Note that the PlayStation Plus December 2018 free games are only available to players paying a monthly membership fee of $9.99.

You can also pick up PlayStation 3 titles like Steredenn and Steins;Gate as well as Iconoclasts and Papers, Please for PS Vita.

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December's PlayStation Plus lineup has both a frenetic racer and horror game for you to try out just in time for the holiday season to start up.

The patent application is called Electronic Game Cartridge, and it shows something similar to a cross between a classic PlayStation memory card and a NintendoSwitch game cartridge.

As the newest game, Onrush is arguably the headliner. This is a mature game, so don't let the lack of gameplay fool you. Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, which was released in 2005 on the original Xbox, is an action-shooter.

A puzzle game that has you inspecting immigration papers in a fictional dystopian world. With PlayStation Vita now a disappointment for Sony, the company may be working on a new mobile console.

"At this point, what I can say is it's necessary to have a next-generation hardware", Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida said in an interview earlier this year. Give us your thoughts in the comments section.

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