Sony has revealed the final set of free games for PlayStation Plus members this year, capping off 2016 with two underground hits for PlayStation 4 owners. For December, PS Plus subscribers can try out Invisible, Inc. and Stories: The Path of Destinies, among other games.
Invisible, Inc. launched on Steam Early Access last year, receiving cult acclaim for its stealth- and turn-based strategy gameplay; the game hit consoles in the spring. Stories: The Path of Destinies was an even smaller project, but one that action-heavy role-playing game fans who did check it out enjoyed.
On PlayStation 3, there’s Hyper Void and Tiny Troopers Joint Ops; the latter is cross-buy with PS4 and Vita. Vita owners also get the popular platformer VVVVVV, as well as the PS4-compatible Color Guardians.
All six games mark a quiet, indie-heavy way to end the year. By contrast, Xbox Live members receive the much more widely known Burnout Paradise and Sleeping Dogs as part of December’s Games With Gold rewards.
There’s still time to grab November’s PlayStation Plus games, which include Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and Costume Quest 2.