PlayStation Plus Getting Super Meat Boy, Broken Age, and More in Instant Game Collection for October (UPDATE)

on September 30, 2015 12:02 PM

Another month coming to an end means another round of new games coming to PlayStation Plus’ Instant Game Collection, and this time around for October you can celebrate the cooler fall months with a great selection of indie platformers and puzzlers.

Sony revealed the new titles coming to PlayStation Plus’ Instant Game Collection for October, with the lineup to include Super Meat Boy and Broken Age on PS4 and PS Vita and plenty of others according to the PlayStation Blog in a new post. These titles will all be available to download as part of the Instant Game Collection starting on October 6th, 2015 for those with an active PlayStation Plus subscription, in both the USA and Europe:

  • Broken Age (PS4/PS Vita)
  • Super Meat Boy (PS4/PS Vita)
  • Unmechanical Extended (PS4/PS3)
  • Kickbeat (PS Vita/PS3)
  • Kung Fu Rabbit (PS Vita/PS3)
  • Chariot (PS3)

In a sidenote on the blog post, Sony also detailed that this will be your last week to download or add Driveclub: PlayStation Plus Edition to your library as the title will be removed from being a free download starting on October 6th, 2015 – if you haven’t at least added it to your Download List yet, sooner rather than later may be a good time to at least give the game a try.

The new wave of Instant Game Collection titles for PlayStation Plus will go live starting October 6th, 2015 – in the meantime, you can check out a highlights video of each title for October below:

[UPDATE, 09/30/15 – 4:55pm EDT] The PlayStation Blog previously only indicated two titles coming to the USA for the Instant Game Collection in October (Super Meat Boy and Broken Age), while a new update in that post has revealed the lineup of games will be the same in Europe and the USA. We have updated the article here to reflect that information.

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