Dealabs lifts the veil on December free games on Playstation Plus, student sentenced to death after smuggling Squid Game into his high school, be vigilant and beware of scams during Black Friday 2021, c 'is the recap' of the day.
Here are the free games coming to the PS +
Dealabs has lifted the veil on the three games offered on PS + in December. 'first Godfall Challenger Edition, which was launched on PS5 last year, Mortal Shell which we appreciate the creepy and well-rendered atmosphere and finally Lego DC Super Villains which still works as wellgood. These games will be available free of charge to subscribers to the PS + service. Note that Sony will sell off its one-year subion on the occasion of Black Friday, which will be available at € 39.99 instead of € 59.99.
Read> PS Plus : here are the three free games offered in December 2021 on PS4 and PS5
PS Plus games for December 2021 - Credit: Dealabs
Squid Game: death sentence for a North Korean student
CENT and Kataku onThere have been reports that several illegal copies of Squid Game have been imported into North Korea. Unfortunately, a law passed in the country prohibits the possession and / or distribution of foreign programs such as those from South Korea, Squid Game for example. A North Korean high school student would therefore have been sentenced to death for illegally retrieving a copy of the series to show it to his friends.
Read> Squid Game: North Korean high school student sentenced to death
Adisturbing case from North Korea - Credit: Netflix
Beware of scams during Black Friday
November 26 will be the highly anticipated Black Friday and it will be necessary to be suspicious of the many good deals that could hide scams. Indeed, the computer security giant Kaspersky warned that fraud related to online payments increased 208% with Black Friday. Cybercriminals use their imaginations to steal your bank details, with website faults, spam emails and fraudulent payment pages. So be even more vigilant and always check the URL of the sites before transmitting your login details or your bank details.
Read> Black Friday: beware of scams, your bank details are in danger
Online payment by credit card - Credit: rupixen.com / Unsplash