October's PlayStation Plus games revealed

Grab your machete and spook it up this October.

The PlayStation Plus games for October have been revealed, with the main titles offering two vastly different experiences. First up, subscribers will be able to download Friday the 13th: The Game for free on PlayStation 4. Developed by Gun Media and Illfonic, Friday the 13th: The Game is a survival horror game based off the popular Friday the 13th film series.

In the game, players can either take on the role of Jason, or one of the counselors. Counselors will need to work to outsmart Jason and survive, while Jason’s main goal is pretty straightforward… kill everyone. Along with Friday the 13th: The Game, PS Plus also includes Laser League. Developed by Roll7, Laser League is a futuristic sports game where players can manipulate lasers in order to get the best of their opponents.

It’s an extremely fun multiplayer game that’s different from anything we’ve played before in that genre. Aside from Laser League and Friday the 13th: The Game, three additional games are available to PlayStation 4 owners via Cross Buy. Below, you’ll find the full list of PlayStation Plus games available during the month of October.

  • Friday the 13th: The Game - PlayStation 4
  • Laser League - PlayStation 4
  • The Bridge - PlayStation 3, Cross Buy with PS4, PS Vita
  • Rocketbirds 2: Evolution - PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4
  • 2064 Read Only Memories - PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4
  • Master Reboot - PlayStation 3
  • Here They Lie - PlayStation VR (until October 2)
  • Knowledge is Power - PS4/Mobile (until November 6)

What do you think of October’s PlayStation Plus lineup? Are you planning on downloading Friday the 13th: The Game or Laser League? Let us know down in the comments below! For more on PlayStation Plus, be sure to check out our coverage of September’s PS Plus offerings.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. When she's not gaming or caffeinating, you can reach her at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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