If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ll be happy to know that the free games lineup for October 2016 has been released. 

The free games of October include Resident Evil (PS4), Transformers: Devastation (PS4), Mad Riders (PS3), From Dust (PS3), Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth (PS Vita) and Actual Sunlight (PS Vita).

Resident Evil (PS4)

In Resident Evil, players take on the role of Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine, and members of the police task force are sent to investigate a series of murders happening at a mansion outside of Raccoon City. Get ready for Halloween by battling undead monsters.

Transformers: Devastation (PS4)

If you’re a fan of the original Transformers TV series, you’ll be a fan of Transformers: Devastation the game. Transformers: Devastation offers fans a fun and rewarding combat system with fast-paced action. You can choose from five different Autobots, so jump right  in and save planet earth from Megatron’s evil plans.

Mad Riders (PS3)

Mad Riders is a high adrenaline arcade racing game. You’ll get to perform stunts and dominate your friends on the tracks in locations across the globe. Mad Riders offers competitive multiplayer and customization options to keep players coming back for more.

From Dust (PS3) 

In From Dust, players will get to control The Breath, a mysterious power which is used by a tribe to fight against the forces of nature. Players need to regain the knowledge of their ancestors. It won’t be easy for players as the From Dust world includes volcano eruptions and tsunamis.

Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth (PS Vita)

Lonely Cardia lives in an abandoned mansion on the outskirts of Victorian-era London. The young girl finds herself going on a journey to help find her father - who holds all of the answers to her mysterious affliction. See if you can help Lonely Cardia discover the truth behind her past in this revolutionary game.

Actual Sunlight (PS Vita)

Actual Sunlight is the story of Evan Winter, a young professional living in Toronto. The game deals with serious topics like depression, loneliness, and debt. You’ll get to experience his perceptions, fall under the consequence of his decisions, and meet other people in the game.