Another month with tons of surprises. Starting on October 4, the PlayStation games will include three small yet incredible gems, such as Hot Wheel Unleashed, Injustice 2, and Superhot.
PlayStation Plus subscribers get the opportunity to put their hands on a couple of freebies provided by Sony each month, replacing the already existing lineup. Without further ado, let’s see more about the games available starting on October 4.
Hot Wheels Unleashed | PS4, PS5
Collect, build and race in this fantastic arcade sim based on the Hot Wheels universe. Earn new vehicles then take them to the track to race side by side with friends in two-player split-screen, or face up to 12 opponents in online challenges. One you’ve raced, why not try and build your own course? Create amazing layout inside and outside the track editor. Ad loops, special boosters, obstacles and special elements to make an incredible amusement park for your races, then share your creation online for other players to try.
Hot Wheels Unleashed brings the zany, over-the-top driving action of Hot Wheels to the PS4 and PS5 with an arcade sim based on the Hot Wheels universe. With a 12-player online mode, it’s fantastic to see the player rumbling across the tracks. Collect, build, and race your favorite Hot Wheels cars, then jump into a split-screen two-player with a friend to face off your newest vehicles.
Injustice 2 | PS4
The creators of Mortal Kombat return to the DC universe with the biggest superhuman roster. Select from twisted versions of iconic heroes and supervillains and bring epic-scale battles to awe-inspiring locations across the globe. Take on other players locally and online, or immerse yourself in the story-driven single player campaign as Batman struggles against Superman’s regime. You’ll earn gear after every match to equip, customize and evolve your roster.
Superhot | PS4
Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, Superhot is the FPS in which time moves only when you move. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It’s just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and maneuver through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets. Superhot’s polished, minimalist visual language helps you concentrate on the most important – on the fluidity of gameplay and cinematic beauty of the fight.
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