PS Plus January Leak Teases Dirt 5 and Persona 5 Strikers
Dealabs has leaked that Dirt 5 and Persona 5 Strikers are the headliners for PS Plus’ January 2022 offerings. Dealabs, a French gaming forum, has an excellent track record in leaks relating to PlayStation Plus. In late November, the website shared incorrect details about PS Plus’ December 2021 lineup. This included Godfall Challenger Edition as well as Mortal Shell.
Additional access for subscribers to Lego DC Super-Villains is available in December 2021’s offerings. The three freebies will be gone by the end of next year, Sony, as previously confirmed on Monday, January 3. The PlayStation VR bonus offers will also end on the same day. PS Plus members still have the opportunity to add The persistence, The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners – Standard Edition, and Until you Fall to their PSN library. The latest leaks suggest that many PlayStation Plus owners could be pleased with the next batch.
French gaming forum deals have more information on another PlayStation Plus leak. The latest information from the trusted website states that January 2022’s PS Plus additions will include Persona 5 Strikers for PS4 and PS5 and Deep Rock Galactic on both modern consoles. Although there is currently no evidence to support such claims, Dealabs has been proved correct several times in the past few months.
PS Plus members will be in for a treat if the above is true come January 2022. Dirt5 was an exciting racing game that kept many people busy at the launch of the new console generation. Also, Personal 5 Strikers is an Omega Force- and P-Studio developed musou. It was released six months after the events in Atlus’ acclaimed Persona. Deep Rock Galactic may be considered an unknown quantity by some. This title stars four players in a first-person shooter. They are space dwarves that embark on missions within procedurally generated caves. Deep Rock Galactic is, according to most accounts, a fantastic co-op experience.
According to some reports, Sony could have more surprises for PS Plus in the coming year. According to a Bloomberg report, PlayStation’s answer for Xbox Game Pass may be codenamed, Spartacus. The company offers this tiered subscription model, which could include PS Plus, PS Now, and highly-respected backward compatibility options.