The European PlayStation blog was updated today to inform consumers of what free games to be expecting for the month of December and January.
Grid 2, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arise and Sonic & All-Star racing Transformed will be removed from the PlayStation Plus on December 24 and be replaced with Gearbox Software’s acclaimed RPG Borderlands 2. Accompanying that on the same day will be Capcom’s reboot DmC: Devil May Cry that may not have received the ovation its developers expect but still a free title is a free title.
Those with a PlayStation Vita will get their share on December 24 as well with the choices of Soul Sacrifice and BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extended. The latter of which comes with downloadable content from previous BlazBlue games and new stories to play.
PlayStation 4 owners will have to wait until January 8, 2014 to start downloading Don’t Starve for free. The title is from Klei Entertainment that also brought you the impressive indie title Mark of the Ninja.
Information on more sales for January was not mentioned. Sony will most probably do that once the new year starts.
Source PlayStation Blog