To appease those fans left disappointed by DriveClub‘s exclusion from the Instant Game Collection recently, Sony has unveiled the software that PlayStation Plus subscribers will gain access to across December and January on PS4.
Warner Bros.’ mascot brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us and Secret Ponchos topline the December selection, with the former beat-’em-up becoming the first tripe-A retail game to make it onto the IGC, given that Sony had to populate the free-to-play roster with indies and the ilk in the early months of the console’s life cycle.
Moving onto January and PlayStation 4 owners will find that those two aforementioned titles will be replaced with standalone DLC inFamous: First Light and critically-acclaimed sci-fi title, The Swapper. For now, Sony is only revealing the PlayStation Plus titles on PS4 for the months of December and January, though the company noted that it will reveal more information regarding other platforms (namely PS3 and Vita) closer to the time.
Speaking of which, the long-gestating DriveClub PS Plus Edition is still dragging its feet, though Sony acknowledged that both it and Evolution Studios remain fully committed to bringing the trial version to subscribers sooner rather than later.
“We want you to know that we’re committed to providing DRIVECLUB PS Plus Edition to members when it’s ready, and the team at Evolution Studios is working hard to make it a reality.”
Currently, November’s PlayStation Plus line-up includes the likes of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, Escape Plan and sstylizeddogfighting title, Luftrausers. Ultimately, at least PlayStation 4 owners will have plenty of time to decide which titles to prioritize and download ahead of time.
Source: PlayStation Blog