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PlayStation Plus Free Games for October 2021 Announced – IGN Daily Fix
Sep 29, 2021 – It’s almost the end of September, which means Sony has revealed the free games available next month for PlayStation Plus subscribers. On PS5, we’re getting Hell Let Loose, and for PS4, there’s PGA Tour 2K21 and Mortal Kombat X. Hell Let Loose is a brand new World War 2-themed FPS with large 100-player battles and an RTS-inspired meta game. It was released on PC this summer and is now making its way to consoles. PGA Tour 2K21 features 15 licensed PGA Tour courses and a robust player and course creator. Mortal Kombat X was originally released back in 2015, and we gave it a glowing review, calling it the best Mortal Kombat game, period. PS Plus subscribers can grab these games starting October 5th. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 may not be hitting PlayStation 5 consoles until 2023, but Marvel is already teasing the game’s darker storyline. On the This Week in Marvel podcast, Marvel Games executive Bill Rosemann compared the sequel to another famous sequel: The Empire Strikes Back. The first game did a great job of setting up this new version of Peter Parker, and the challenges he faces balancing his responsibilities as Spider-Man with his real-life identity as Parker. Now it’s time for the sequel to tackle some of Spidey’s more complex storylines. But he won’t be alone, as Miles Morales will be there at his side taking on Venom and most likely Kraven the Hunter. And finally, the Nintendo 64 and IGN turn 25 today. Time flies, huh? It didn’t feel that long ago when we were using dial up internet to look up cheats for GoldenEye on IGN64.com. What are your favorite N64 memories? Let us know in the comments!