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Here’s All PlayStation Plus Games For November 2017, All Now Available On Store

November is a huge month for Sony and PlayStation, with the company’s earnings getting pumped up by Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. PlayStation Plus has had a good amount of new subscriber due to the huge sales, meaning that this month’s free games with the service will be a bit more important than the ones before. We can now find them all in PlayStation Store.

As usual, we have games for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita and for a couple of months now we also see a VR game always implemented in those free games. For November, subscribers on the service can download 7 games in total, one more than usual due to the fact that Sony has started adding those VR titles to the bunch. Don’t forget that Sony recently started giving extra advertisement for their VR headset, even announcing a VR titles for the famous TV series Stranger Things.

For PlayStation 4 owners, we have: our loved strategy title Worms Battlegrounds, Bound, which is a visual masterpiece that will stun you as soon as you try it and the PSVR shooter Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, which will be up on the store for a bit longer since it’s not part of the free games of PlayStation Plus but, rather, a gift from Sony for the one-year anniversary of PlayStation VR headset. Through cross-buy you will also be eligible to grab Dungeon Punks for free on the console.

On Sony’s other consoles we have:

  • R-Type Dimensions – Playstation 3
  • Rag Doll Kung Fu – Playstation 3
  • Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episode 1-2 – PlayStation Vita

In other news, Sony Interactive Entertainment Senior Vice President and Head of PlayStation Network Eric Lempel stated, in an interview with CNBC, that even if many didn’t believe that new consoles would make such a hit, the console is “thriving” and is the biggest reason the company sees a rise in profits by 346%. This was mostly due to the sales of Black Friday and the release of many AAA titles these past weeks like Assassin’s Creed Origins, Call of Duty WW2 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.