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Free Xbox Live Gold and PS Plus games revealed for October 2017

28 Sep 2017

Both Sony and Microsoft have revealed the free games that you can download on their respective platforms for the month of October 2017. 

Remember, in order to get access to the free games each month you have to be an active subscriber to Xbox Live Gold and/or PlayStation Plus. 

Anyway, down below is the free games that you can get for PlayStation consoles. It's a big month headlined by Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. 

  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4)
  • Amnesia: Collection (PS4)
  • RIGS: Mechanised Combat League (PS Plus Bonus – PSVR Required)
  • That’s You (PS Plus Bonus – PlayLink)
  • Monster Jam Battlegrounds (PS3)
  • Hustle Kings (PS3)
  • Hue (PS Vita & PS4)
  • Sky Force Anniversary (PS Vita & PS4)

On the Xbox side, you get access to games both on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Remember, the Xbox 360 games listed down below are available to play on Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility. 

  • Xbox One - Gone Home: Console Edition (October 1st until October 31st)
  • Xbox One - The Turing Test (October 16th until November 15th)
  • Xbox 360 - Rayman 3 HD (October 1st until October 15th)
  • Xbox 360 - Medal of Honor: Airborne (October 16th until October 31st)

Which games will you be downloading in October 2017? 

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