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Alright, we are about to head into the strangest PlayStation Plus free games month yet. Why? Because Sony is going to be rolling out the PS Plus Collection, a massive list of PS4 games that you will get for free with your PS Plus subscription on PS5. While I don’t think that will eliminate normal free PS Plus offerings for November, it certainly is likely to overshadow it.
As a reminder, here are all the games that are a part of the PS Plus Collection, which technically make them the free PS Plus games for the month. But also indefinitely:
A lot of these have been speculated about as potential free PS Plus games in the past, but now we can safely take all of those off the prediction list. So what exactly does that leave as potential free PS Plus games for…
Colorado players run on to the field at Levi's Stadium before the Pac-12 championship game against Washington in 2016. Having no late Pac-12 games on Saturday has left college fans feeling a bit empty. (Thearon W. Henderson / Getty Images)
For a month now, as college football has attempted to bring back some normal fall vibes in the middle of a seemingly never-ending pandemic, plenty has been missing from the experience.
Packed stadiums. Marching bands. Cheerleaders. Tailgates. Lee Corso making his picks live from a campus cresting with anticipation before kickoff. So many things we’ve come to count on as ritual gone, some more replaceable than others.
Around the 2014 season, a wacky West Coast phenomenon took the nation by hold and has since grabbed a place among the sport’s most beloved traditions — and its absence in 2020 has created a gulf in our hearts that simply can’t be filled.
This season, when the prime-time games have completed at around 8 p.m. Pacific and 11 p.m. Eastern, fans across the country have reached for their remotes, thumbed through the guide and found nothing but pure sadness.
Because no “Pac-12 After Dark” means no more college football for another…
While the hardware launch of the PlayStation 5 is commanding the spotlight right now, the console will really start to get interesting next year.
Launch titles are often underwhelming affairs, since developers haven’t had a chance to get to know what a console can do, and don’t receive final specs on the system until just a few months before the games come out. But in the coming generation, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Sony and its publishing partners are taking pains to ensure there’s a steady flow of titles for the PS5 in the months to come. Some have a little way to go before they’re ready, but others will be in your hands in the weeks and months to come.
Arguably the most anticipated of any of this year’s launch titles, this follow-up to Insomniac’s PS4 hit showcases the rise of a new generation of Spider-Man.
Miles Morales is already a fan favorite – and the game’s open world will take advantage of the PS5’s fast level loading, making New York feel more fluid. There was some initial confusion about whether this would be DLC to the original game or a stand-alone…