Horizon Chase Turbo and Detroit: Become Human were the free games for Sony Playstation Plus in July 2019. In August, Sony pleased us with WipEout Omega Collection and Sniper Elite 4.
Check out on Nexter.org why you should try these games.
WipEout Omega Collection
The first part of the series appeared in 1995 and became one of the main races for the PlayStation, gained iconic status and almost created a whole subculture. It appeared in the movie “Hackers”, pleased with an outstanding electronic soundtrack (for example, Chemical Brothers), and The Designers Republic studio worked on the design.
This one is the reboot of the Omega Collection. If you are a fan of the series or just like games with a similar style, then you will surely like this. It’s basically just two games with the DLC and a nice graphics.
Chasing along the roads of the future and shooting machine guns with a friend sitting next to them on the couch is now a rather rare but very pleasant opportunity.
Sniper Elite 4
Sniper Elite 4 is a third-person shooter developed by Rebellion Developments as a sequel to Sniper Elite III. The game was released for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on February 14, 2017.
When a player kills an enemy with a sniper rifle from a long distance, the killing X-ray camera system is activated, in which the game camera follows the bullet from the sniper rifle to the target and shows the parts of the body, bones or internal organs that the bullet breaks into. This system has also been expanded to include shrapnel killing, melee killing, and stealth killing.
According to Tim Jones, head of the creative studio Rebellion, the game was developed as a “sniper paradise.”As a result, the team expanded the size and scale of maps and game levels so that players had the opportunity to make a “real shot”. Animation, artificial intelligence, and game rendering systems have also been redesigned.
To play these games you have become a member of PS Plus for a one, three or 12-months and pay $9.99, $24.99 and $59.99 accordingly.
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