Embrace evil and check out Cult of the Lamb on PS Plus Premium

While Cult of the Lamb can be anywhere between 15 to 20 hours in length, you'll know after an hour of playing it if it's for you.

Cult of the Lamb is one of the more underrated games to come out of the indie games circuit last year.

The BAFTA Game Awards might not be as prestigious as, let's say, The Game Awards, but winning an award there and even "just" getting nominated is special. This is why you definitely don't want to miss out on the latest PS Plus Premium trial.

The action-adventure game, Cult of the Lamb, was an indie darling when it came out later year, mesmerizing fans with its unique blend of multiple genre staple elements like RPG and rogue-lite as well as action-adventure. In the game, the player takes control of a newly-formed cult where their goal is to build and expand its reach by preaching to as many followers as possible. The procedurally generated world, unique art style, and quirky, dark sense of humor of Cult of the Lamb earned it a nomination for "Best Game" at the recently concluded BAFTA Game Awards and "Best Indie Game" at last year's The Game Awards.

Cult of the Lamb is currently available to play for free for an hour on PS Plus Premium, the most expensive tier of the new PS Plus.

Cult of the Lamb has been described by many as a modern "cult classic".

While an hour doesn't feel long for a game that could last two dozen hours, at most, it's enough to get you through the opening hours of Cult of the Lamb and decide if it's for you or not.

Then, once you decide that Cult of the Lamb is for you, you can buy the full game at a discount.

PS Plus Premium constantly gives away free trials for big and small titles. Before Cult of the Lamb, Sony added DE-EXIT - Eternal Matters earlier this month. If this hasn't convinced you to pony up and pay for the most expensive PS Plus tier, you might want to check out the Essential and Extra offerings for the month.

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