It's time for another look at the next batch of free games from PlayStation's PS Plus membership. November 2021 is going to be a great month - there's a solid variety of titles on offer and some PSVR games too! Here's everything you need to know...
FREE GAMES - November 2021's PS Plus games confirmed
- Knockout City (PS5)
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4)
- First Class Trouble (PS5/PS4)
In addition to these three, there's also a set of PSVR games coming to celebrate the headset's fifth anniversary. These are...
- The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (PSVR)
- The Persistence (PSVR)
- Until You Fall (PSVR)
All of the above standard PlayStation games will be available throughout the next month, starting on November 2nd. The PSVR titles are going to be around until January 3rd. Are you happy with these free PS Plus games?
Recent State of Play confirms one leaked game
PlayStation's latest State of Play presentation was a little lacklustre - we already knew about the fact that it was focusing on third-party titles but... There weren't really any big names to talk about.
Still, it did offer PlayStation fans their first look at First Class Trouble - a social deception game akin to Among Us that's coming to PS Plus for PS4 and PS5 owners in November 2021.
" Welcome aboard the Alithea, a luxurious state-of-the-art space cruiser, where nothing is what it seems. Cue ominous music. What began as a relaxing vacation to outer space has erupted into a full-blown A.I. uprising, and those “friendly servants” who’ve been providing bottomless champagne are now trying to kill you!"
This has been confirmed as a PS Plus title for November 2021 - which means the other leaked games below are likely.
Extra PSVR Free Games to be Included
In addition to the monthly free games for PS Plus in November 2021, PlayStation has announced that three extra PSVR games will also be included.
They haven't announced exactly what those games will be quite yet (the announcement should come alongside that of the rest of the lineup) but we expect them to be high profile ones, since they're to celebrate an anniversary.