It’s true that SCEA has been criticised for its supposedly weak PlayStation Plus lineups in the past, but we doubt that anyone could feel let down by November’s absolutely enormous selection. With the PlayStation 4 set to deploy midway through the month, the company’s latest offering includes free copies of Resogun and Contrast for the next generation system, in addition to the usual roster of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita giveaways.
So, what else is in the pipeline? Over on the platform holder’s current generation format you’ll be able to enjoy Capcom’s critically acclaimed action adventure Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, in addition to SEGA’s thoroughly enjoyable Binary Domain and quirky indie platformer Ibb and Obb. As for handheld land, this month’s latest additions include the brilliant Soul Sacrifice and Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD. That’s a stellar, stellar lineup.
Of course, as well as the free games, you’ll also land the usual subscription perks, including exclusive discounts, and much, much more. With the PS4 more or less demanding a membership to the premium service, too, you may as well sign up now. Aside from the next generation releases, there’s no date attached to any of these games yet, so you’ll need to check the PlayStation Blog on a weekly basis for the latest information. Are you happy with the lineup? Share your elation in the comments section below.
Which PS Plus title are you most looking forward to in November? (27 votes)
Ibb and Obb
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD
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