PS Plus’ latest free game is an unexpected gem that everyone should check out.
PlayStation Plus games have often been highlighted as hidden treasures that many would miss without subscription services like PlayStation Plus. An unlikely gem was recently introduced into their subscription service that may never have come to light otherwise.
PlayStation Plus boasts an abundance of titles across its three tiers for users to take advantage of, not only the three free titles provided every month; subscribers on Extra and Premium plans also can browse an ever-increasing library full of exciting downloads!
Outshout must-play releases such as Horizon: Forbidden West and Bloodborne, PlayStation Plus also boasts some excellent hidden-gems like Telling Lies which has quickly been recognized for being an outstanding addition to its selection.
Telling Lies is an engaging mystery game wherein players search video and audio files to piece together events in chronological order. A number of characters make their presence known throughout, all linked somehow – you have three possible endings depending on how well your investigation unfolds!
Reddit user Reviews-From-Me brought Telling Lies into focus for PS Plus subscribers by sharing their opinions about it, with particular praise given for PS Plus including it as part of their catalog. Reviews-From-Me said this game “would likely have caught my interest, yet not risked buying it; yet this seems an unexpected gem… worth checking out, in my opinion”.
Other PlayStation Plus subscribers agreed, appreciating its wide array of indie titles that may otherwise go largely undetected by most gamers.
“Initially I assumed this game to involve using a camera for social purposes – now, though, I am very intrigued and thank you so much!”
“One reason I joined PlayStation Plus was so I could explore games I may otherwise never encounter; this proved both stimulating and eye-opening”
“Indeed, there have been quite a few indie studio games which I quite enjoy playing.”
Telling Lies can now be downloaded on PlayStation Plus along with hundreds of tiles available for anyone on either the Extra or Premium tiers.