“Persona 5 Striker”, “Deep Rock Galaxy” and “Dust 5” will launch PlayStation Plus lineup in January 2022

Update, 12/31/21:

PlayStation announced earlier this week that “Deep Rock Galaxy”, “Persona 5 Forward” and “Dust 5” will be the PlayStation Plus games in January 2022. Now, new details about one of the games have been released.

As originally reported VG247, Due to the console’s DualSense controller, Deep Rock Galaxy will include some PlayStation 5 unique features. More specifically, the DualSense touchpad can be used to control the terrain scanner in the game. In addition, the character can use the controller’s built-in speaker to tell you commands, as if the character is actually using radio to communicate with you, as it might do when digging deep into the terrain of an alien planet.

For more information about the game, please check Game informant Deep Rock Galaxy review.

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The original story, December 29, 21:

The first batch of PlayStation Plus games has been exposed. Are you a fan of Persona, arcade racing and/or co-op experiences? If so, January looks like your month.

Persona 5 Striker The headlines of the month. This is a follow-up to the critically acclaimed Persona 5 launched in February, centered on clowns and gangs starting off-road road trips. Developed by Omega Force, the manufacturer of Dynasty Warriors, the gameplay is transformed into crazy hack and slash actions instead of the turn-based combat of its predecessor. You can read our positive review of “Persona 5 Striker” here.

Deep Rock Galaxy It is a well-loved cooperative shooting game, only available on Xbox and PC. This marked the first appearance of the game on PS5/PS4. Up to four players play the role of dwarf miners of different professions, digging underground caves to obtain precious gems while fighting huge alien bugs. Deep Rock Galactic is a fun fusion of resource collection and combat. We got 8.5 points (out of 10 points). You can read more about it here.

At last, Dirt 5 Brings its off-road racing brand to PS Plus. The latest installment of the long-running series has a choice-driven career model, community-produced courses and compact arcade racing. To learn more about what Dirt 5 must provide, check out our review.

All three games will be launched on January 4. If you haven’t, don’t forget to snap up the December PS Plus games-Godfall: Challenger Edition, Mortal Shell, and Lego DC Super-Villains-before they exit.