PlayStation’s “Vote to Play” makes a return

PS Vote cover

Following its successful debut in August 2015, PlayStation’s Vote to Play campaign will be making a return to help determine the March lineup of PlayStation Plus titles. Vote to Play allows PS Plus subscribers to vote for one of three titles, and the winning game is then made available for download once all the votes are tallied. After the break, check out what titles are up for consideration.

As you can see in the above image, the three titles are Action Henk (in which you body-surf and butt-slide around creative environments), Assault Android Cactus (a twin-stick shooter that Delano enjoyed), and Broforce, a side-scrolling shooter starring satirised versions of the bro-iest action bros ever, bro.

If you want to take part, you can vote by accessing the PS Plus section of you console’s home screen. Voting runs between the 9th and the 22nd of February. We at NAG obviously aren’t the type to tell you who to vote for, but you should totally vote for Broforce. Its developer, Free Lives, is a South African studio based in Cape Town.

Source: PlayStation blog