With December 2022 about to begin, Sony took to the PlayStation Blog to announce the next batch of PlayStation Plus games. On December 6, 2022, subscribers will get three more games to play. Mass Effect Legendary Edition is the only PS4-exclusive PlayStation Plus game for the month. Both Biomutant and Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition, the other two titles, have PS4 and PS5 versions available. However, as Mass Effect Legendary Edition is actually a compilation, people will technically get five titles total.
Biomutant debuted in September 2022. It is an action-RPG with open-world elements, and one of its gameplay gimmicks involves altering your character’s DNA to mutate and gain new abilities. Its standard price is $39.99.
Divine Knockout will launch in December 2022. It is a third-person fighter. It features 1v1, 2v2, and 3v3 matches between gods. The Founder’s Edition gives people the game and extra content.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition came out in May 2021. It features all three games in the trilogy and their DLC. All three games are third-person shooters with RPG elements. It normally costs $59.99.
Biomutant (PS4, PS5), Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition (PS4, PS5), and Mass Effect Legendary Edition (PS4) will join PlayStation Plus on December 6, 2022. The November titles can be claimed until December 5, 2022. They are Nioh 2 (PS4, PS5), Heavenly Bodies (PS4, PS5) and Lego Harry Potter Collection (PS4).