Playstation subscribers have always waited anxiously for the latest list of free games. After we brought you the exclusive list of free games for September as well as for the month of October, it’s that time of the year again to look into what November will offer gamers.
While the complete list of PS Plus “Free Games” released in October 2015 was revealed by Sony before the first week of October, we hope that the list for November free games could be out by this month end.
According to the GospelHerald, there are strong rumors that a certain AAA game could make it into the free games list. There are high chances that “Battlefield Hardline” could be the game. The first-person shooter video game developed by Visceral Games in collaboration with EA Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts, “Battlefield Hardline” is very much in the rumored list of games.
Here are some of the top titles rumored to be available for download next month:
While “Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag” didn’t make it into the list of free games in October, Super Meat Boy rumors turned out to be true. So there’s a big chance “Battlefield Hardline” will be added to the mix for November.
The other predictions might include “Shovel Knight and Professional Lumberjack 2016” for PS4 and “Monster High: New Ghoul in School” for PS3.
Shovel Knight and Professional Lumberjack 2016
Monster High: New Ghoul in School
However, Ecumenical News notes that the highlight of the month could be the release of “Evil Within” as Halloween is right around the corner and the horror-based game is predicted to be featured in the PS Plus free games list.
The game also known as the Psycho Break in Japan, is a third-person psychological survival horror video game developed by Tango Gameworks and is published by Bethesda Softworks. The chills are ready to creep in.
The October month saw the release of “Super Meat Boy” (PS4/PS Vita), “Unmechanical Extended” (PS4/PS3), “KickBeat” (PS Vita/PS3), “Kung Fu Rabbit” (PS Vita/PS3) and “Chariot” (PS3).
Stay tuned for more updates on PS Plus Free Games for November 2015.