Really Big Sky publisher bringing three free games to EU PS Plus members

By Jeff Dunn, Thursday, 9 August 2012 19:03 GMT

Publisher Ripstone has announced that it will be bringing three of its upcoming titles to PlayStation Plus members for free.

Shoot-em-up Big Sky Infinity — the sequel to the PC hit Really Big Sky — platformer Knytt Underground, and a still-unannounced third title will all be included as part of Sony’s PlayStation Plus Presents promotion in Europe, which lets players download a rotating set of titles for up to eight weeks after launch at no cost.

Big Sky Infinity and Knytt Underground will both be coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.

Thanks, Eurogamer.

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