As is tradition, PlayStation Plus subscribers get two new completely free games this month, and November brings Nioh and Outlast 2 to PlayStation 4 consoles everywhere.
If you live in the UK or Germany and you want to get in on PlayStation Plus this November, then you’re in luck! PlayStation Plus is currently an entire 50% off if you don’t have an active subscription. That means you can get an entire year for just £25/€30, which is an absolute steal.
Now, on to the games!
Nioh is a visceral, action-driven adventure where you must hone your skills, upgrade your weapons and demonstrate perseverance and mastery in besting some of ancient Japan’s fiercest demons. Travel to the blood-soaked Sengoku period and take on the role of an embattled outsider as you fight to liberate a guardian spirit from the clutches of a power-hungry sorcerer.
Wielding swords, spears, shuriken, bows, rifles, powerful elemental magic and more, shape yourself into an unstoppable samurai warrior. Develop new skills, find ever more powerful armor and perfect your playstyle as you explore overrun towns, brooding caves and abandoned harbors.
Immerse yourself in a desperate fight for survival in an isolated rural community as you attempt to rescue your kidnapped wife from the clutches of a deranged cult. Having narrowly escaped death in a helicopter crash, set out into the rundown village of Temple Gate and do your best to avoid its crazed inhabitants as you fight to locate your partner.
Haunted by your troubled past, look for answers as you uncover the ever more disturbing secrets lurking beneath the town and the twisted ambitions of its charismatic leader.
Both Nioh and Outlast 2 will be available to download for free from the PlayStation Store from November 5th until December 3rd. An active PlayStation Plus membership is required for the 100% discount.
If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ve still got time to pick up October’s games! Both The Last of Us Remastered and MLB: The Show 19 will be available to download for free until November 4th.
Disclaimer: This author does not apologise for the terrible title puns.