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PlayStation Plus and Games for Gold December titles announced

The PlayStation Plus and Games with Gold December titles have been announced ahead of the changes next month.
 
Microsoft and Sony have confirmed the free games coming out for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PS Vita in December.
 
The PlayStation Plus December Instant Games Collection will see the PS4 receive Injustice: Gods Among Us – Ultimate Edition where you can play beat ‘em up with DC Comics characters.
 
The PS4 will also get Secret Ponchos, a new multiplayer shooter set in the Wild West.
 
December PlayStation Plus games for the PS3 is the critically acclaimed Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, where you’ll need to investigate a murder and interconnected mysteries.
 
You’ll also get access to the Hitman Trilogy HD on the PS3. The PS Vita titles for next month are tower defence title Final Horizon and the cross-buy arcade title Titan Attacks!
 
The PlayStation Plus games will change on Wednesday December 3.

As for the Games with Gold December selection, there’s just one game for the Xbox One and two for the Xbox 360.
 
The Xbox One will get the latest game in the series, Worms Battleground. A single-player and multiplayer affair that’s apparently “bigger, badder and filled with more weapons and abilities than ever before.”
 
Worms Battleground will be available all month.
 
On the Xbox 360 you’ll have access to The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief from December 1 to December 15.
 
For the latter half of the month, you’ll be able to download SSX – the revamp of the classic and critically acclaimed arcade franchise.
 
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