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PlayStation Plus Free Games For November 2021 Appear Online

PlayStation Plus Free Games For November 2021 Appear Online

So close

We were so close. It was looking the PlayStation Plus games for November 2021 would be the first in five months to avoid leaking ahead of an official reveal but… nope. The free games for next month have leaked online and balance has been restored to the universe. 

French outlet Dealabs, which has accurately leaked PS Plus games in the past, appears to have confirmed the free games will include Knockout City, Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, First Class Trouble, and The Walking Dead: Saints And Sinners

That’s not a bad mix at all, though the lack of any obvious AAA heavy-hitters will no doubt attract some naysayers. Knockout City is a surprisingly fun action game that’s best described as a battle royale with dodgeballs. 

I’ve never played First Class Trouble myself, but Google tells me it’s a party game in which players work together - and against each other - to survive a disaster. The aim is to shut down a deadly AI, while working out which of your fellow players are actually deadly robots dedicated to sabotaging the game. Big Among Us vibes, basically. 

Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, meanwhile, is a good old-fashioned action RPG. I have to admit it’s not the most fondly remembered video game of all time, but it looks to have gotten some decent reviews in its day and is no doubt worth checking out. Still, a very odd and completely unexpected choice.

Finally, The Walking Dead: Saints And Sinners is one of the three free VR games PlayStation promised subscribers earlier this month. Dealabs said it won’t reveal what the other two are just yet, but we should find out later today when Sony officially confirms the news. 

As always, take this report with a pinch of salt for now. But also, bear in mind this is the sixth month in a row that the PS Plus games have leaked, and the last five months were all totally accurate.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Playstation Plus