Even though Sony waited until the last moment to make public the lineup of free games for November for PlayStation Plus members, we finally have the announcement. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
So what are the games that we can play this month?
If you are an owner of a PS4, you can download a pair of remakes this month. Yakuza Kiwami, which is a remake of the first Yazuka game, is free on PS4 in November. The game was originally launched on PS2 back in 2006 and it follows the adventures of Kazuma Kiryu while he is trying to locate a fortune that was stolen from the vault of his gang. Another game that you can also enjoy for free on your PS4 is Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, which is a quite fun first-person shooter type of game.
In case you own a PS3, then you can start playing Arkedo Series, which is actually a collection of three retro-style games, or Jackbox Party Pack 2, a group of party mini-games that you can enjoy together with your guests, by simply using your phones as controllers. As far as PS Vita owners are concerned, they can now play two games that are also available for PS4: Burly Men at Sea, a branching adventure game, and Roundabout.
The full list of free PS Plus games for November 2018:
- Burly Men at Sea
- Arkedo Series
- Jackbox Party Pack 2
- Yakuza Kiwami
- Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition
- Burly Man at Sea
Also, if you still want to download October’s free PlayStation Plus games, it’s not too late. You can still enjoy Rocketbirds 2: Evolution and 2064: Read Only Memories on PS Vita, Master Reboot and The Bridge on PS3, and Friday the 13th: The Game and Laser League on PS4.
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