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December 2021 PlayStation Plus Lineup Includes Mortal Shell

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December 2021 PlayStation Plus Lineup Includes Mortal Shell

Sony revealed the December 2021 PlayStation Plus titles. This time in North America and Europe, there’s a mix of genres and types. The PlayStation Plus additions include Godfall: Challenger Edition (PS4, PS5), Lego DC Super-Villains (PS4), and Mortal Shell (PS4). (In Japan, Judgment is among the games.) Everyone who subscribes can call dibs on them on December 7, 2021.

Godfall first launched on the PS5 in November 2020 and PS4 in August 2021. It’s a grind-heavy action-RPG people can play alone or with others. The idea is to continually gather loot and get stronger. The Challenger Edition is the one that includes Ascended Tower of Trials, Lightbringer, and Dreamstones modes. People would have to upgrade to access the $29.99 full game that includes its Godfall and Fire & Darkness content.

Lego DC Super-Villains has been available on the PS4 since October 2018. This is an action-adventure game where players aid iconic DC Comics villains. The Justice Syndicate abducted the Justice League, and the villains are trying to expose and oust them. It normally costs $59.99.

Mortal Shell debuted on the PS4 in August 2020. It is a Souls-like. Players need to face huge enemies, learn their tactics, and take them down. It normally costs $29.99.

The November 2021 PlayStation Plus games can be claimed until December 6, 2021. These are First Class Trouble (PS4, PS5), Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4), and Knockout City(PS4, PS5).

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Jenni Lada
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