Since the PlayStation 4 first launched last year players have been wondering when a full budget retail release would arrive as a free title for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
In a blog post offering a glimpse at the service's December and January line-ups, Sony have revealed that the first full retail game to be offered to subscribers will be Injustice: Gods Among Us: Ultimate Edition.
Becoming available next month, PS4 users will also be able to download indie title Secret Ponchos. In January Infamous spin-off First Light will join the service with The Swapper. Further titles will be revealed in due course.
There is no word yet on PS3 and PS Vita releases for the months of December and January.
Sony posted the sneak peek by way of apologising for the indefinitely delayed release of the DriveClub PS Plus Edition, which offers a restricted version of the full game, with 11 tracks and 10 cars.
In the blog post Sony said: "We want you to know that we're committed to providing DRIVECLUB PS Plus Edition to members when it's ready."
Despite being released nearly a month ago the full version of Driveclub is still suffering major issues with its online functionality.
From today Sony's PS Plus games for November are available. They are The Binding of Issaac Rebirth and Steamworld Dig on PS4, Frozen Synapse Prime and Luftrausers on PS3, and The Hungry Horde and Escape Plan on PS Vita.