PlayStation Plus Members Can Explore The Cave For Free Today

The PlayStation Blog has announced that PlayStation Plus subscribers will find Double Fine Production’s The Cave added to their free Instant Game Collection when the PS Store updates later this evening.

For those who have yet to go spelunking for adventure in the depths of the talking cave, The Cave is Ron Gilbert’s first (and apparently last) collaboration with Double Fine. Players choose three adventurers to take into the cave from a group of seven adventurers; The Hillbilly, The Scientist, The Monk, The Twins, The Adventurer, The Knight, and The Time Traveler. Each of the characters has their own unique story in the adventure game, and the title is packed with all the humor that we have come to expect from Double Fine. The Cave‘s new Instant Game Collection status makes it a $14.99 value for PlayStation Plus members.

Aside from Double Fine’s latest adventure game, Plus subscribers will also be able to download a free copy of the PSP version of Tekken 6 (which is fully functional on the PlayStation Vita). Additionally, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken will be marked down 40% for Plus members (PS3 version $7.19, PS Vita version $5.99), and Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational‘s Course and Character Pack downloadable content for the Vita will be marked down from $11.99 to $8.99.

The PlayStation Plus update also reminds everyone that the Get $10 For Every $50 Spent promotion is currently still on, but closes at the end of March. One quick way to take advantage of the promotion is to buy a 1 year PS Plus membership at $49.99, and then get $10 back on or around April 12th.

Finally, time is running out for PlayStation Plus members to download a free copy of Plants vs. Zombies for the PS3 and take advantage of the Scott Pilgrim Ultimate Edition and downloadable content discounts. Both the free game and discounts will end on March 26th.

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Justin Alderman

Justin has been a gamer since the Intellivision days back in the early 80′s. He started writing about and covering the video game industry in 2008. In his spare time he is also a bit of a gun-nut and Star Wars nerd.