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PlayStation Plus Subscribers Are Loving The Latest Free Games

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PlayStation Plus Subscribers Are Loving The Latest Free Games

In a wonderful break from normality, PlayStation Plus subscribers actually seem genuinely enthusiastic about the latest free games - some of them, at least. 

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Earlier this week, Sony confirmed that the November 2021 PlayStation Plus games will be Among Us-style party game World Class Trouble, dodgeball battle royale Knockout City, and underrated action-RPG Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. On top of that, anyone with a PlayStation VR headset can grab the following three games: The Walking Dead: Saints And Sinners, The Persistence, and Until You Fall. 

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While the “main” three games don’t seem to have anyone bowled over with excitement, the bonus PSVR games are definitely winning their share of praise. It’s also important to note that you can play The Persistence, a horror-themed rougelike, with or without VR. That’s a nice little extra for everyone, then. 

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“Holy f*ck all three of those games are top tier VR games,” wrote on user on the PlayStation Plus subreddit. 

“Damn they came through strong this month,” added another.

While most users are singing the praises of The Persistence in both VR and on a regular TV, others are urging fellow subscribers not to sleep on Kingdoms Of Amalur

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“I loved Kingdoms of Amalur when I played it 8 years ago, definitely interested in playing it again looking a bit prettier,” wrote one fan. “So I'm satisfied enough just from that.”

Amalur I've been hearing about for ages and kept seeing it in store but always being unsure. It'll be fantastic to be able to play it with all of it's DLC. It seems similar in ways to fable and it'll be great to have something to scratch that itch. Very few seem to embody that exact style of gameplay,” said another. 

All six free games will be available to download from November 2. 

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Playstation Plus

Ewan Moore
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