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PlayStation Plus Free Games For January 2022 Appear Online

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For January 2022 Appear Online

Surprising nobody, the PlayStation Plus free games for January 2022 have leaked early. This is now the eighth month this year that the monthly freebies for Sony's online subscription service have appeared online ahead of their official reveal. But why break from tradition, eh?

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French outlet Dealabs is once again responsible for bringing us the free games ahead of time. I would say take this with a pinch of salt until the games are officially confirmed... but at this point, Dealabs has a 100% track record on getting the PlayStation Plus freebies right.

Credit: Dealabs
Credit: Dealabs

According to them, the free PlayStation Plus games for January 2022 will be action RPG Persona 5 Strikers, racing game Dirt 5, and sci-fi shooter Deep Rock Galactic. Not a bad lineup!

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We actually speculated earlier today that Deep Rock Galactic - a former Xbox exclusive scheduled to launch on PlayStation in January - would be one of the month's free games.

According to the leak, PS Plus subscribers will be able to download either the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 versions of Deep Rock Galactic and Dirt 5, with the new-gen versions boasting their own range of technical and graphical improvements. Persona 5 Strikers, meanwhile, is a PlayStation 4 freebie. This is the second month in a row that subscribers have not been given any PlayStation 5-exclusive content, suggesting Sony has heard the feedback from fans that those still using a PS4 were feeling a little left out in the cold.

PlayStation will no doubt officially unveil the PlayStation Plus free games for January later this week. Just try and act surprised when it happens, yeah?

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Playstation Plus, PlayStation, Sony

Ewan Moore
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