PlayStation Plus members have six free games coming to them for November, which is fantastic. The only catch? Three of them are for PlayStation VR.
Below are your free games for November:
- Knockout City
- First Class Trouble
- Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning
Since PlayStation VR is celebrating its fifth anniversary, Sony has three free games for its owners, too. The Persistence puts you aboard a spaceship full of horrors; The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners put you up against zombies, and Until You Fall gives you a roguelike with lots of swords.
This month doesn’t offer any PS5 exclusives, so all three games are available on PlayStation 4 as well. Which is great!
First up is Knockout City, an online multiplayer of epic dodgeball. It sounds a little ridiculous, but it’s honestly one of the better team-based PVP games that have come out in recent years. Most of the fun lies in the different stages you can play through that throw environmental twists into gameplay. And the special balls that spawn in the middle of matches are a fun wrinkle, too. Honestly, it’s probably more fun than it should be.
First Class Trouble releases on November 2nd and is an asymmetric multiplayer that sounds a lot like a fancier version of Among Us. Play with up to six people online aboard a luxury space cruiser and try to figure out who among you is a Personoid helping to aid the AI you need to shut down to survive.
It’s a familiar concept, and if you’re not a fan of cooperative games, this one probably isn’t for you. Many of the puzzles involve partnering up, and if you’re like me and trust far too easily, you’re in for a world of hurt.
Last up for November is Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, a remaster of the 2012 game. And while it’s a good remaster, it’s still a dated western RPG. It was great for its release at the time, featuring fantastic gameplay and an immersive world to get lost in. But since its release nearly a decade ago, it now feels a little more stilted.
One of the good things going for Re-Reckoning is its combat, which still has a fun arcade-like feel, testing your timing and skill. It may not be as polished or great as 2018’s God of War, but it’s still pretty difficult.
PlayStation Plus games are available to play starting on November 2nd.