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Here are the best FPS games on PlayStation Plus

In 2022, PlayStation Plus had a significant upgrade, evolving from a program that only provided free games and online multiplayer access into one that also included a library of older titles in its more expensive levels. There are several PS4 games available to PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers, while Premium members have access to an even larger selection of PS3 games as well as some timeless titles from even earlier PlayStation consoles.

Here are the best FPS games on PlayStation Plus

Death loop

Death loop, an immersive sim and first-person shooter combination from Arkane Studios, took up our Game of the Year award in 2021, and for good reason. In addition to having fantastic gunplay, especially when combined with the game’s special abilities, it also makes use of a fantastic time-looping feature that gives each encounter a sense of importance and fulfillment. It’s satisfying to get the perfect run and have all your hard effort pay off, especially when one specific target has been giving you problems and having you start over again and again. Do not miss out on this opportunity.


This is how a well-liked franchise is revived. After spending more than a decade away from the Doom series, id Software was given the difficult task of not only updating the franchise to keep up with modern technology but also maintaining the series’ core—that secret ingredient that has always made Doom so wonderfully entertaining. With 2016’s rebooted Doom, a semi-sequel set in a research facility overtaken by demons, it most definitely did. Over the cover-focused gameplay of its contemporaries, Doom stresses continual movement and aggression, making you feel like a total killing machine while still maintaining a good challenge.

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Far Cry 3

Far Cry 3 is still one of the best first-person shooters available on any platform, subscription-based or not. It revolutionized the open-world shooting action of the series and created a model for the following decade. Chaos results when the spoilt rich brat Jason Brody and his buddies were stuck on a mysterious tropical island while being pursued by the scary criminal Vaas. Its protagonist is unlikeable in an almost endearing way, making you feel as though you don’t care if something bad happens to him. As a result, you are less likely to think twice before setting off huge explosions and charging head-on into a battle with grenades and rockets.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a standalone game rather than an expansion for Far Cry 3, and it’s a spoof of ’80s action movies, complete with a neon color scheme and a protagonist named Rex “Power” Colt. It’s intentionally cheesy and eye-roll-inducing, but it also doesn’t overstay its welcome as you blast away bad guys and cause massive explosions.

Far Cry 4

Far Cry 4 is the sequel to Far Cry 3—at least in terms of gameplay elements—but its narrative is entirely distinct from that of its predecessors, making it a wonderful place for beginners to start. The game’s plot feels more unified as it transports us from a tropical paradise to the snow-capped Himalayan Himalayas, including a more convincing confrontation between the antagonist Pagan Min and the protagonist Ajay Ghale. There are still plenty of vehicles to go through on both the ground and in the air, as well as the standard Far Cry activities of liberating outposts and scaling radio towers.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order

Wolfenstein: The New Order, an unanticipated gem that debuted near the start of the PS4’s lifespan, is a somewhat sequel and reboot for the storied shooter franchise, but it does away with many of the supernatural components of its predecessor in favor of a disturbing look at Europe in a world where the Nazis won World War 2. This time around, BJ Blazkowicz is a little more reflective and subdued, but he still kills Nazis just as effectively. He’s probably never been better, with amazing stealth-action sequences giving way to full-on shootouts involving anything from assault rifles to incredibly potent shotguns. It’s a definite must-play with many endings and fantastic supporting characters.


When you hear the word “Fallout,” the first thing that usually comes to mind now is probably a first-person Fallout game, but it wasn’t always like that. Bethesda transformed what was once a conventional CRPG into a first-person shooter RPG hybrid after acquiring the franchise rights. It did this by applying the knowledge it had gained from creating the Elder Scrolls series to a nuclear wasteland. The results were, to put it mildly, success and the game went on to win multiple Game of the Year honors and give a series that had previously been rather specialized fresh vitality.

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