PlayStation Plus free games for November 2021 confirmed

As the prophecy foretold, Sony has announced the four titles PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to pick up at no additional cost this November. Still, there are a few surprises in the mix, too.

First up, let’s tackle the three standard games accurately IDed by the previous leak. First up is Knockout City, the online multiplayer dodgeball game developed by Velan Studios and published by EA. It’s a relatively new release, having first launched in May of this year.

Even newer, however, is First Class Trouble, which is launching directly into PlayStation Plus. As a social deduction game in the vein of Among Us (or the much earlier The Ship, or the non-digital party game Werewolf), the six-player experience tasks four “residents” with figuring out which two people are secretly “Personoids” working for a rogue A.I. on a luxury space liner. Both of the above games are available in both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 versions.

Rounding out the trio is Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, last year’s remaster of the 2012 fantasy RPG. That game only comes in the PS4 flavor, but it is, of course, backward compatible.

As standard additions to PS Plus, you’ll be able to grab these titles for about a month: from November 2nd until December 6th.

However, Sony is also celebrating the PlayStation VR’s birthday this month, and as such will offer three VR bonus games. What’s more, only one of these leaked earlier in the week.

That known title is The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, a shooter based on the universe of the TV series and comic. The two surprises are Until You Fall—a fantasy swordfighting roguelite—and The Persistence—a sci-fi horror game.

You’ll be able to pick up the three VR games for a longer window, until January 3rd, 2022.

For more on all these games, including trailers, check out the announcement on the PlayStation Blog.

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