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PlayStation Plus November Games Include Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm

This comes as a total surprise. Sony has already unveiled upcoming free games to PlayStation Plus in November. In November, PlayStation Plus subscription holders will be able to get their hands on Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition.

Though we were all busy downloading the just-released games for October. But Sony now has us more excited for the upcoming month already. PlayStation Plus games usually get revealed later in the preceding month but this time the games are already revealed. These games come from PlayStation.com this time so it all looks legit and is almost confirmed.

Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition are great games to have. Both provide in-depth storytelling with many characters that you will fall in love with.

Yakuza Kiwami is a remake of the famous Yakuza game which released back in 2016. It’s a must play if you are a fan of the series. You’ll be able to play as the iconic character of the game “Kazuma Kiryu” as he explores the streets of Tokyo. There’s a lot of fighting to do in the game. You can choose from different styles like Brawler, heavy Beast Style, Rush or most popular “Dragon style”.

Bulletstorm is also a remake. It was released on PlayStation 3 back in 2011. I have played it twice and trust me it’s still one of the best shooting games out there. It’s a fun shooter with some exciting powers to use. Another thing to look out for in the game is its slow-mo feature which allows you to enjoy every kill in a different style. You will also be able to control and guide your sniper bullets to take perfect headshots. It’s very fun to play and also hard sometimes.

You can expect these games to arrive in the first week of November until then you download the new games for October. October games are now available. PlayStation Plus games for October include Friday The 13th: The Game for Halloween fans along with Laser League. Be sure to put these free games in your library every month to save them for later.