Today we present the free games for PS Plus, Xbox Gold, Humble Monthly, Twitch Prime and Epic Games subscribers for the month of January. Bid farewell to 2019 and the decade that was, and say hello to more awesome free titles.
- Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (available January 6 – February 3)
I don’t need to give you any reason to play through these 3 amazing titles, a quick google search shows the reviews for all titles are immensely high, along with with the impact this series has had on other games such as the rebooted Tomb Raider series.
- Goat Simulator (available January 6 – February 3)
Get your goat on! Check out this weird and wonderful game that allows you to cause a ruckus as a goat and terrorize innocent townsfolk. View the trailer here.
- Jurassic World Evolution (available December 16 – January 15)
This game is an unusual entry into the Jurassic World series as it is primarily focused on business simulation and is centred on creating and running your own Jurrasic Park complete with an assortment of dinosaurs. Worth checking out if your itching for a simulation game to play. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
- Styx: Shards of Darkness (available January 1 – January 31)
The sequel to Styx: Master of Shadows that once again as you step into the shoes of the stealthy goblin, Styx, as you sneak your way around the world and use various abilities such as cloning yourself, turning invisible, and laying traps for unsuspecting enemies. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
- Batman: The Telltale Series – The Complete Season (available January 16 – February 15)
A fantastic title from the Telltale series of interactive games. This includes all 5 chapters of the intriguing story. View the trailer here.
- Tekken 6 (available January 1 – January 15)
A fantastic entry into the long-running Tekken series that provided some greatly appreciated changes, along with a huge roster of characters to choose from. View the trailer here.
- Lego Star Wars 2 (available January 16 – January 31)
A really solid entry into the now vast Lego series of games. This entry was praised for its gameplay and truly hilarious story and take on the well-known star wars story and characters.
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
The third entry into the Tomb Raider reboot series that provides even more explosive and action-packed gameplay, whilst introducing some newer stealth mechanics such as covering yourself in mud to hide from enemies. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
This game is a punishing and challenging action platformer that features an art style influenced by the locations, traditions and culture of Seville, Spain. View the trailer here.
- Dead Vinland
A survival management game set within a Viking world with RPG and adventure elements developed by a small indie team. View the trailer here.
- Darksiders Warmastered Edition (available until January 10)
The first entry in the popular Darksiders series of games that has you play as War, who is summoned to take part in the apocalypse. The gameplay is reminiscent of the Zelda series and was received well upon launch. View the trailer here.
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition (available until January 10)
The second entry in the Darksiders series that has you play as Death instead of War, with a bigger focus on combat more akin to the original God of War games. View the trailer here.
- Steep (available until January 10)
An extreme sports simulation game set within some gorgeous snowy scenery. Whilst the always-online component was generally disliked, the gameplay and map were praised for providing a good place to shred some snow. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
- Enter the Gungeon (available until February 1)
A fantastic rogue-like game that will test your dexterity skills as you dodge, roll, and shoot your way through a variety of levels. View the trailer here.
- Ape Out (available until February 1)
A unique top-down action game that has you play as an ape to try and escape during various levels. A unique art style and jazz-inspired soundtrack make this one to check out. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
- Witcheye (available until February 1)
A retro-inspired action-platformer that has you play as a witch that transforms into a floating eye. View the trailer here.
- Gato Roboto (available until February 1)
Blast and dash your way through enemies and obstacles as a cat within an agile mech suit, complete with unique black and white retro visuals. View the trailer here and check out our review here.
- Heave Ho (available until February 1)
Heave Ho tasks up to four players with a simple goal – don’t fall to your death! Grab one another’s hands, climb across dangling bodies, and swing your pals to safety in a wobbly, dangly mass of limbs. View the trailer here.
And that’s all the free games for the start of the new year. Which ones are you going to spend your holidays playing? What free games would you like to see for the rest of 2020? Let us know!