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PlayStation Plus Users Can Vote for Their Upcoming Free Game

Sony announced today on the official PlayStation Blog, that they’re bringing back “Vote to Play.” The event allows PlayStation Plus users to vote on one of three games that they want to be their free game in March.

Players can vote on the game they want starting on February 9. The three games are Action Henk, Assault Android Catcus, and Broforce.

The blog says, “The thread that brings these three games together: fun titles that can connect the Plus community to play together with friends…We hope that you’ll enjoy learning about each game and the developers behind them before casting your vote.”

Here are the descriptions of the three games according to the blog:

Action Henk is “a game where timing and momentum are key as you attempt to outdo your opponents as well as your own past performance. How can you not love a game with the tagline “Butt-slide to victory?”

Assault Android Cactus: “While the mechanics of this twin stick shooter will be familiar to many, developer Witch Beam has created a unique battery mechanic (in lieu of lives), providing a fresh experience that helps Assault Android Cactus stand out from the crowd.”

Broforce ” is the game that we always wanted as we cheered beloved 80’s-era action heroes on to victory. Publisher Devolver and developer Free Lives have teamed up to deliver part irreverent spoof and part loving homage to what are now classic movies and classic games.”

In order to vote, you must login to your PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Plus Account. Then select “Vote to Play” in the top left corner of the screen.

Nicole Tanner
Nicole has been lurking around the game industry for 14 years. She’s currently the Managing Editor of Pixelkin.org. Before that, she was an editor at IGN, where she launched and hosted the Girlfight podcast.
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Nicole Tanner
Nicole has been lurking around the game industry for 14 years. She's currently the Managing Editor of Pixelkin.org. Before that, she was an editor at IGN, where she launched and hosted the Girlfight podcast.

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