Payday: The Heist Breaks Into PlayStation Plus Tomorrow

By Ryan Winslett 2012-10-15 16:13:27 discussion comments
fb share tweet share
PlayStation Plus is heading over to the wrong side of the tracks when tomorrow’s PS Store update goes live as Payday: The Heist joins the Instant Game Collection as a free title for program subscribers.

With The King of Fighters XIII being added last week and tomorrow’s Plus access to the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale closed beta being announced earlier today, the inclusion of Payday: The Heist makes this October one of the most action-packed months for Plus to date. And then there are the deep discounts being offered on multiple games in tomorrow’s update, too. But we’ll get to all of that right after this footage from the Oct. 16 headliner, Payday.



If you’ve ever wanted to live out the thrills and chills of pulling off the perfect heist without, you know, actually breaking the law, then Payday: The Heist should be right up your alley. This first-person shooter allows players to work as a team to pull off some pretty slick action flick scenarios and, starting tomorrow, it will be made available for free to Plus subscribers.

Alongside Payday for Plus will be the early access to the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale beta we were just discussing, as well as early access to The Unfinished Swan ($14.99), available a week early on Plus.

Plus subscribers will also be able to take 10 percent off of their purchase of 007 Legends ($53.99), as well as get additional discounts on a collection of Halloween themed content being marked down as part of the “Caravan of the Dead” promotion, which kicks off tomorrow. For more info on this week’s Plus update and a list of the Caravan of the Dead discounts, take a trip to the PlayStation Blog.
discussion
Blended From Around The Web
Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
<
Back to top
GET GB IN YOUR FEED
RELATED
TOP GAMES
HOT TOPICS
ABOUT US FAQ PRIVACY POLICY JOBS CONTACT
© Cinema Blend LLC / All rights reserved