Free PS Plus November 2017 Games Revealed

PS Plus November 2017 games

A bit slow on the reveal this month after October’s amazing PS Plus offerings, Sony has finally revealed the free PS Plus November 2017 games which PlayStation Plus subscribers can add to their game library throughout the month. Similar to Xbox Live Gold, the subscribers can play these games whenever they want after they have been added to the library, as long as players still have an active subscription.

The lineup, which includes six games; two each for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, will be available starting from 7th November and will remain for free until 5th December, with the exception of one.

Starting off the free PS Plus November 2017 games lineup is Worms Battleground for PS4 and the platformer, Bound, from Sony Santa Monica and Plastic. While the Worms strategy games series doesn’t need any introduction, Bound puts players in the shoes of a Princess who is revisiting her childhood memories. Dancing plays a huge part in the game and it currently sits at a Metascore of 71% and was praised for its art style and original design.

As part of PS VR’s first anniversary, Sony is also offering Until Dawn: Rush of Blood for free during PS Plus November 2017. However, as mentioned before this is the one game that will be an exception to the one month rule. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood will actually be available from November 7th and will stay free until 2nd January 2018 so you have two months to add the game to your account.

The PS3 games from free PS Plus November 2017 titles are R-Type: Dimensions and Rag Doll Kung-Fu: Fists of Plastic, a game somewhat similar to the recently released Stick Fight. PS Vita users, on the other hand, will get free PS Plus access to Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse and Dungeon Punks. Some of the games in this list are also cross-buy enabled so you can play them on PS Vita as well as PS4.

For those who still haven’t added the October 2017 games to their list, they still have till 7th November to add the old games to their PlayStation games library.

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