PlayStation Plus Free Game For October 2021 Leaks Online
There is no official word on the free PlayStation Plus games lineup for Oct. 2021 yet, but some fans believe one of the games may have been leaked online before Sony’s official announcement.
PlayStation Plus usually reveals its list of free games for the upcoming month toward the end of the current month. However, some PS Plus subscribers think the online subscription may have inadvertently leaked “Hell Let Loose” as a free game next month.
The idea started on Reddit when a user, who goes by the name bluebelt2023, shared an image of the game’s “coming soon” page on the PlayStation Store. They also pointed out that the game is already open for pre-orders for Xbox consoles.
Moreover, the Reddit user underlined that the game’s closed and open beta is only available for PS5, not the Xbox gaming console. It is also worth noting that “Hell Let Loose” is scheduled to release on Oct. 5, a date when the list of free PS Plus games for the month goes live.
The online subscription has, in the past, offered subscribers free games on the day of their release, so it is not a significant leap for fans to think the claim could be true. While this may sound odd for a game to have this set up on gaming platforms, it does not mean that it is a substantial indication that it would be a free PlayStation Plus game for October.
For those not familiar with the title, it is a hard-core World War Two first-person shooter featuring multiplayer, strategy and simulation elements. It was released on PC in July 2021 and has been confirmed to launch on PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
As for its gameplay, it features 50 vs 50 multiplayer matches with tactical action. The team wins if it is able to control the majority or all of the territories when the timer runs out.
At the time of this publication, Neither Sony nor Black Matter has commented on the speculation. In the absence of an official confirmation, fans are advised to take this latest claim about the PlayStation Plus free game for October as highly speculative.