November PS Plus lineup includes eliminated cities and Amaru Kingdom: recalculation

PlayStation announced the November PlayStation Plus lineup, which is one of the service’s largest free game products to date.

There are six games to compete this month, three of which are unique to VR. Knockout City, Kings of Amalur: Re-Reckoning and First Class Trouble are your “standard” games of the month. “Perseverance”, “The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners” and “Till You Fall” are what you can expect on PSVR. All of these can be added to your library on November 2.

Knockout City was just released this year and will be available for free on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 as part of the PS Plus series next month. This is an online multiplayer game. You can play dodgeball on multiple maps while using various abilities and props to stay alive and eliminate your opponents.Check Game informant Knockout City Review Find out why we gave it 8.5 points (out of 10 points).

First Class Trouble will also appear in PS5 and PS4 as part of the PS Plus series. Described as a social reasoning party game, this six-person mystery will assign four players as residents to board a luxurious space cruiser. The task is to stop a rogue artificial intelligence protected by humanoids. Two other players will play this role. They need to deceive the other four players to keep the AI ​​alive at all costs.Check Game informant Coverage of first-level issues Want more information.

The last non-VR game in the PS Plus lineup in November is “Amaru Kingdom: Reliance”. The (basically) remake of the classic game that is now popular in 2012 is just a PS4 game, although PS5 players will be able to play it through backward compatibility. The story is written by RA Salvatore and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane. The game part is designed by the former Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion chief designer Ken Rolston. The Kingdom of Amalur combines fast-paced third-person action combat with a deep RPG system. I start to look forward to the fantasy genre. .Check Game informant Recalling the original version, Amaru Kingdom: Liquidation, Find out why we gave it 8 out of 10 points in 2012.

In PSVR, you will get The Persistence. This horror game lets you fight against an interstellar spaceship doomed to fail in a deep space colony that is doomed to kill your mutant crew. As you advance deeper and deeper in its ranks to (hopefully) repair it so that you can escape, you must survive all that the ship that is now murdered has to offer.continue reading Game informant Persistent reporting More information about roguelite sci-fi horror.

The Walking Dead: The saints and sinners are in the same universe as the Walking Dead, and you must fight in the ruins that were once infested by the walkers of New Orleans. When deciding whether other people in the world are friends or enemies, you must eliminate dangerous walkers in the way. Oh, and you have to do this from the terrible first-person perspective, too, so if it’s your jam to insert the axe into the walker’s head, then you have a good time.What makes this title special in the November PS Plus lineup is It just received a big update called Aftershocks in August.

The last PS Plus game you will get next month is until you fall. Described as a collision of synthetic waves and fantasy, this PSVR swordsmanship fighting game will allow you to defeat your enemies with fabulous settings and magical weapons. It is also a hack and slash roguelite, so you can expect to die a lot…this is always fun in VR!

From November 2nd, all six games will be available for download and added to your game library. City of Elimination, First Class Trouble, and Kingdom of Amaru: Re-liquidation will be launched before December 6. These three VR games will be available to PS Plus subscribers until January 3.

If you haven’t already, be sure to add PS Plus products of the month – Hell Let Loose, PGA Tour 2K21 and Mortal Kombat X – to your library. You must do this before November 1st.


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