PlayStation Plus Begins 2024 With A Plague Tale, Evil West For January

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PlayStation has announced its first new additions to PlayStation Plus for 2024 and the three games available for subscribers are A Plague Tale: Requiem, Evil West and Nobody Saves the World. All three games launch for subscribers today, January 2.

Requiem is the follow-up to A Plague Tale: Innocence, an adventure-stealth game set in 14th-century France and starring two children grappling with a deadly rat plague. Requiem was nominated for 2022’s Game of the Year at the Game Awards and three craft awards at the D.I.C.E. Awards in the same year. PS Plus previously offered Innocence to subscribers in July 2021.

Nobody Saves the World is a single-player RPG from Drinkbox Studios, the creators of Guacamelee. The player character, Nobody, can shapeshift into multiple different forms across various dungeons. Evil West is a third-person shooter set in a fantasy version of the American West, where player character Jesse hunts vampires. Both games can be played solo or in co-op.

PlayStation also announced that Plus subscribers get an exclusive Warframe content pack called the Syrinx Collection. The pack, which also launches today, features several cosmetics as well as in-game boosters. It remains to be seen if exclusive content packs will become a regular addition to PS Plus subscriber offerings.

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