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Sony unveils free PS Plus games for November

On the official website of PlayStation, Sony unveiled the first free November games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. On the website you can see a picture of the PS Plus games Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami.

The early unveiling of the PS Plus games is striking from the Japanese company, as the month of October has only just started. Yet Sony has already decided to announce the first few games for subscribers. It is therefore assumed that several titles will be added to the current list for the month of November in the course of time. For example, there are still several titles for the PS4, PS3 and PlayStation Vita.

Bullet Storm: Full Clip Edition is a remaster of the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly. The original version of Bulletstorm was received in our review as a shooter with unique gameplay, rowdy humor and a colorful world. The remastered version of the game came out in April 2017.

Yakuza Kiwami also came out in 2017 for PlayStation 4. Yakuza Kiwami is based on the original game from developer Sega on PlayStation 2. In the review Yakuza Kiwami is seen as ‘a game that feels modern on all fronts’. The game is praised for its strong story and large amount of discovery possibilities.

Previously, the PS Plus games for the month of October were announced by Sony. Subscribers can download the games Friday The 13th: The Game and Laser League for free.


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