PlayStation Plus Free Games For November 2019 Revealed
PlayStation has announced the two free PS4 games that subscribers to the PlayStation Plus service can look get their hands on in November, and this is probably the best pair we've had since the online subscription service decided to stop offering PS3 and Vita games a few months back.
I'm not saying last month's offerings of The Last of Us Remastered and MLB The Show 19 were particularly bad, but one of them is a great game that most people have already played and other other was a baseball game. An admittedly very good baseball game, but one that nobody was particularly fussed about.
Ah well, we look onwards to November, and we have the substantially more robust pairing of Nioh and Outlast 2. Not too shabby at all.
Nioh, if you've never played it, is a really rather fantastic action RPG from Team Ninja that sees you fighting demons in Feudal Japan. It also borrows heavily from Dark Souls, in that offers a punishing level of challenge, tight combat, and fearsome enemies that will slap you around until you persevere and finally learn to conquer them.
In other words, it's well worth a look if you've a hankering to scratch that FromSoftware itch. Plus, there's a sequel coming out next year, so you'd do well to bone up on the original now.
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The second free title probably needs no introduction. The pants-wettingly terrifying Outlast 2 is a wonderfully disturbing survival horror that sees you attempt to save your wife from a shady cult, armed with little more than a camera and nerves of steel.
As is the case with any good survival horror, there's a lot more going on than meets the eye, and as you delve deeper into the horrors of the isolated rural community, you'll uncover some truly nasty secrets. It's coming a little late to play on Halloween unfortunately, but as the nights start to draw in this is the perfect game for a chilling time.
Nioah and Outlast 2 will be available to download from the PlayStation Store from November 5 right through to December 3, provided you're a PS Plus subscriber, of course.
That means you have until November 4 to get your hands on The Last Of Us and MLB The Show 19, or else they're gone forever. Well, I say forever. You can still buy the games, but you won't be able to get them for free. And free is always better, even if they're technically not free because you're paying a monthly fee for them. I'll stop talking now.
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