Free PS Plus Games: PS4 Titles For November 2017 Available On PlayStation Store
Here is the lineup of free PlayStation Plus games for PS4, PS3, and Vita owners in November.
Sony has launched the next set of free games for PlayStation Plus members. We're now well into November, and subscribers can download a total of seven titles across PS4, PS3, and Vita. That's one more than usual, as Sony is again offering a bonus PlayStation VR game following the headset's recent one-year anniversary. As usual, PS4 owners have the widest and best selection of games, but you've got something to look forward to regardless of platform.
PS4 owners with PS Plus have four games in total to nab for free right now: strategy game Worms Battlegrounds, the gorgeous (but hard-to-describe) Bound, and PSVR shooter Until Dawn: Rush of Blood; the latter will be available for longer than the other games, as it's not a part of the standard monthly lineup. Additionally, Cross-Buy provides PS4 players with a fourth title at no cost, the action RPG Dungeon Punks.
Over on, PS3 there are two free games: classic shoot-em-up R-Type Dimensions and fighting game Rag Doll Kung Fu. Along with the aforementioned Dungeon Punks, Vita owners can download episodes 1 and 2 of adventure game Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse for free.
All of the standard PS Plus freebies can be claimed until December 5, when they'll return to their regular prices. By adding them to your library before then, you can play them for as long as you remain a Plus subscriber. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, meanwhile, remains free until January 3. You can see the full list of this month's PS Plus freebies and grab them from the links below. PSN's Black Friday sale has come to a close, but there's still something to look forward to, as December's PS Plus games have been announced.
November 2017 Free PlayStation Plus Games
- Dungeon Punks (Cross-Buy with Vita)
- Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (available until January 3)
- Worms Battlegrounds
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