PlayStation Plus Update: Solve a Quantum Conundrum Free on Plus
PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Morgan Haro has announced today that fans can solve a Quantum Conundrum free on PlayStation Plus as part of this week's update!
To quote: Last week, we revealed that Resident Evil 5 would be free for PS Plus members. Now we're welcoming Quantum Conundrum into the Instant Game Collection.
It's a ground-breaking title in its own right, so read on to learn a bit more about it, along with another great deal for Plus members. This update's content will be in effect with the November 13th PS Store Update.
November 13th PlayStation Plus Update
Free for Plus Members
Designed by Kim Swift (one of the original developers of the classic game Portal), Quantum Conundrum is an amazing first person puzzler which gives you the power to hop through different dimensions, manipulating the very physical traits of the world around you in real time on a quest to save your inventor Uncle, Professor Fitz Quadwrangle!
Check out IGN's video review of the game below to find out why Quantum Conundrum is super clever, a ton of fun, and definitely worth playing.
30% off for PlayStation Plus Members (Regular price: $9.99, PS Plus Price: $6.99)
If you haven't had the chance to play through this adventure, now might be the time. Machinarium is a point-and-click game that immerses you in a remarkable world to solve puzzles and complete your journey. Find out why it was awarded the Excellence in Visual Art award at the Independent Games Festival and download with tomorrow's PlayStation Store Update.
There's more exciting news for PS Plus right around the corner (hint: PS Vita owners, and to-be PS Vita owners will love it), so stay tuned for more exciting PS Plus content coming your way. Until then, I'll see you in the comments!
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hope this is in the aussie store. i've been tempted to buy it a lot but i've still got 100 games to fin.. LOL
When will we see ps+ on our vitas?
Umm PS+ came to Vita months ago.
Not in Europe. We can see some game discounts, but there is no psn plus menu for auto updates and save game uploading to cloud.