PlayStation Plus Games For November are Official, Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture and More

By   /   Oct 26, 2016
PlayStation Plus December games

Sony Interactive Entertainment has officially announced the PlayStation Plus Games For November list.

Also see: New PS4 Firmware Issue Prevents PSN Connectivity

PlayStation 3 users will put their hands on Dirt 3 and Costume Quest 2, while PlayStation 4 owners will grab Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture and The Deadly Tower Of Monsters. Finally, for PS Vita you’ll find Letter Quest Remastered and Pumped BMX+.

Besides PlayStation Plus Games For November list, PS4 users had a lot of problems with PSN as it has been down because of a DDOS attack.

This attack hit a major DNS provider called the Dyn company, causing a lot of services not to work, including Twitter, Reddit, Spotify and, of course, PlayStation Network.

The reason behind it is still unknown but this event should make us think a lot about cyber security. Technology is running at incredible high speed but this isn’t necessarily a good thing. We are connected each other every day, in every moment of our life and it’s incredibly easy for hackers to access our devices.

Of course we are not telling you to avoid using smartphones or similar devices, but we suggest you to use them in a safe way.

Moreover, PSN services were down again today as users had issues after the routine maintenance.

The maintenance lasted almost an hour, but it was quite useless since most of the problems affecting the PSN after the DDOS attack were not solved.

Sony didn’t say anything about it, nor we know if it was another attack. Anyway, these problems are suggesting Sony should do more to prevent these things and provide a better service. Especially if the “PSN Tax” was introduced with the purpose of a better quality.

However, PSN is now working properly and you should be able to play with no worries.

What do you think about these strange attacks? Should Sony invest more in security?

Have your words within the comments below!