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PlayStation Announces Three Free Games For November As Part Of Anniversary Celebration

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PlayStation Announces Three Free Games For November As Part Of Anniversary Celebration

PlayStation has announced that it'll making an extra three free games available for PlayStation Plus subscribers in November to celebrate the fifth anniversary of PlayStation VR.

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Sony's virtual reality headset launched five years ago today, and a post on the PlayStation Blog confirms the company intends to celebrate with a selection of freebies. This will of course only be of interest to those of you who actually own a PSVR headset, but free games are free games.

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"Today marks the fifth anniversary of the day PlayStation VR was introduced to the world, and we want to take this moment to thank all of our fans and our talented development community for embracing this platform and supporting PS VR through the years," PlayStation wrote. "It's amazing to see how virtual reality has really established itself in these past five years as a platform for gaming, and we're pleased to have PS VR play a big role in VR's growth."

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To celebrate this milestone, PS Plus subscribers will be able to download three extra PSVR games as a bonus when the November lineup comes around. Unfortunately, we don't know which games we'll be getting yet, but Sony promises to share more information soon.

"Since the PS VR launch, we have seen a diverse range of unique experiences that showcase a sense of presence we set out to achieve with this platform, including critically acclaimed games such as the thrilling sights and sounds action shooter Rez Infinite, the epic rescue mission platformer Astro Bot Rescue Mission, and the stealth action of Hitman 3," the blog post continues, possibly offering some insight into which games we'll be getting for free.

PlayStation typically announces its new lineup of PS Plus games on the last Tuesday of every month, so we've only got a few weeks to wait till we see what VR offerings are headed our way.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: PlayStation Plus

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