Sony’s premium subscription service, PlayStation Plus, launched a few years ago; ever since it has been one of the best deals in video games. Subscribers are given early access to certain content, including exclusive betas, game demos, and PlayStation Network downloads. Each month, they can also choose to download the full version of several different games, completely free of charge.
For the price, it has always been pretty difficult to argue about the value. In 2014, the benefits of PlayStation Plus seemed to be more obvious than ever. According to a report by the UK-based PlayStation publication Press Square, PS+ subscribers enjoyed over $1,300 in free game downloads throughout 2014, including titles for all three Sony platforms – PlayStation 3, PS4 and PS Vita.
You can check out the full report – which includes a list of all the games, current prices and Metacritic ratings – by clicking here.
Some of the best freebies throughout 2014 included retail hits like BioShock Infinite, Tomb Raider, Metro: Last Light, and two Batman games – Arkham City & Arkham Asylum. Sony’s Super Smash Bros.-inspired brawler, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, also made the freebie list. Plenty of top-notch indies were also featured, such as SteamWorld Dig, Mutant Mudds Deluxe, Binding of Isaac (see image above), Dust: An Elysian Tail, Spelunky, and TowerFall: Ascension.
Source – Push Square