The list of free games for PlayStation Plus this November has finally been released by Sony featuring two games each for owners of the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. All the games are offered through PlayStation’s online store.
According to the official PlayStation blog, the full lineup includes “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture” and “The Deadly Tower of Monsters” for PlayStation 4; “Dirt 3” and “Costume Quest 2” for PlayStation 3; and “Letter Quest Remastered” for PS Vita with cross-buy for PS4 and “Pumped BMX+” for PS Vita as well, with cross-buy for both PS4 and PS3. They will be available starting on the first Tuesday of the month.
The Chinese Room and Sony Santa Monica’s “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture” is considered as “Dear Esther’s” spiritual successor. The game is set in a deserted English town and the players have to search for clues to uncover the history of the missing inhabitants.
Meanwhile, “The Deadly Tower of Monsters” from Atlus and ACE Team is likened to a science fiction B-movie complete with the director’s commentary. It has interesting weapons and gadgets such as a jetpack.
In addition, “Dirt 3” is described as a rallying video game that combines exciting races with the use of one’s skills. The players have to overcome a number of obstacle courses while they aim for the top spot against other vehicles. “Costume Quest 2” allows gamers to play as one of the twin siblings, Wren and Reynold. They will have to travel through several environments and collect costumes and candies along the way.
Moreover, “Letter Quest Remastered” is a spelling game made more fun by having to destroy opponents. The goal is to succeed at grammar and language tasks in order to annihilate the contenders. Lastly, “Pumped BMX+” is a motocross game for those who want to have a rush of adrenaline.
Given the arrival of November’s games, subscribers will have to say goodbye to October’s offerings which included “Resident Evil” and “Transformers: Devastation” for PS4; and “Mad Riders” and “From Dust” for PS3. PS Vita players were treated to “Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~” and “Actual Sunlight.”