Got PlayStation Plus? Three New Games Added to Service in October 2021

On 5 October 2021, the PlayStation Plus library will be updated with a new trio of games which will see you don WWII-era weaponry, get ready to brawl and cap things off with a friendly round of golf. Sony Interactive Entertainment has today confirmed that Hell Let Loose (PS5), PGA Tour 2K21 (PS4) and Mortal Kombat X (PS4) will all be available to download by subscribers from 5 October – 1 November.

You can read more about each of the games below:

Hell Let Loose

This WWII-inspired multiplayer title splices epic 100-player battles with a unique resource-based RTS-inspired meta-game, where Commanders direct the flow of battle and co-ordinate powerful in-game abilities that influence the team’s march to victory. Team up and tackle enemy combatants online* in 50v50 skirmishes across a dynamically shifting frontline, choose one of 14 playable roles within infantry, recon, and armour unit types, each equipped with authentic weapons, vehicles, and equipment.

PGA Tour 2K21

Prove you’ve got what it takes to become FedExCup Champion. Take on PGA Tour Pros across stunning, real-life courses during your very own career and earn rewards and gear, then play against your friends or the world’s best players in local and online* matches. Create your own player and customize your equipment, then build your own clubhouse, designing and running full seasons and tournaments customized to your rules and requirements. 

Mortal Kombat X

Netherrealm Studios’ bone-crunching beat ‘em up fuses cinematic presentation with an all-new gameplay experience. For the first time in the series’ history, every character in its robust roster has a selection of different fighting styles to pick from, offering an expanded range of strategies to take into battle, as well as combat against.

If you are currently a subscriber (or are planning to join in the next couple of days), September 2021’s line-up of Predator: Hunting Grounds, Overcooked: All You Can Eat!, and Hitman 2 can still be added to your library until October 4.

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