Headlining next month’s offerings is The Chinese Room’s adventure game Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, which came to PlayStation 4 in August of last year, thanks to a publishing deal with Sony, and a collaborative development cycle with Sony Santa Monica.
Also available in November on PS4 will be The Deadly Tower of Monsters, which the PlayStation Blog describes as a playable “sci-fi B-movie,” complete with developer’s commentary.
The PS4 gets more love with Letter Quest Remastered and Pumped BMX+, both of which are Cross Buy compatible. Letter Quest Remastered is also available on Vita, while Pumped BMX+ will come to both the handheld and PS3.
The full list of November’s games reads as follows:
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, PS4
The Deadly Tower of Monsters, PS4
Dirt 3, PS3
Costume Quest 2, PS3
Letter Quest Remastered, PS Vita (Cross buy with PS4)
Pumped BMX+, PS Vita (Cross buy with PS4 and PS3)
As these games become free, October’s offerings will revert to paid status, so get those downloaded while you’ve still got a chance to do so.
PlayStation Plus has been offering subscribers free games monthly since it launched back in 2010, and as of the PlayStation 4 has become a requirement for online play on the PlayStation Network. Along with free games and online play, Plus subscribers have gained access to content early, as well as been offered games and add-on content at discounted prices unavailable to the general public.
The service recently saw a price increase back in September, bringing its yearly and trimonthly subscription prices to $59.99 USD/ $69.99 CAD and $24.99 USD/$29.99 respectively.
For more on PlayStation Plus, check out one writer’s thoughts on the service’s value here.