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PS Plus December 2016: Invisible Inc, Stories Path of Destinies Included, Shows Leaked Image

Players ought to take this one with a grain of salt. However, sources seem to point towards indie titles for the PS Plus December 2016 entries.

If sources are true, then indie titles Invisible Inc. and Stories: The Path of Destinies will be part of the much-awaited PlayStation Plus catalog for December.

The “leak” appears to have come from Redditor GabrielWoods after he posted what appears to be an image in the PlayStation Plus subreddit.

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GabrielWoods said the image was along the PlayStation Plus tab on the PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 4. While this image may have the potential to be fake, it appears to good for someone to even bother make a fake announcement.

Regardless, the leak appears timely given that the official roster of Xbox Live Games With Gold for December 2016 will be released in a few days (hours, hopefully) as well.

Regardless, it may seem as if these two games will be arriving to the PlayStation 4 instead of older consoles. Players of the PlayStation 3 and the Vita may have to wait for the official list of games to ensure their systems are available.

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PS Plus December 2016: Indie Titles Galore?

Meanwhile, the two aforementioned titles appear to be marking a resurgence of hit indie titles in both consoles.

Invisible, Inc. is a tactical espionage game set on a grid-based environment. Players will be secret agents that will infiltrate various locations. It appears they will be able to use an assortment of knick-knacks and its unique rock-paper-scissors gameplay appears to be an effective way to entice readers.

Stories: The Path of Destinies is an action-RPG with quite an expansive narrative. It has 24 different endings and players have the time to “rewind” time and choose different decisions.

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About Rhenn Anthony Taguiam

Rhenn Taguiam is a freelance journalist and part-time videogamer. He has a keen interest in topics concerning nature, science and technology, and has a profound love for comic books and video games.

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