Last month, Sony released its first PlayStation Showcase since the release of the PlayStation 5, giving gamers a sneak peek at some upcoming games throughout 2021 and beyond. While a number of regulars have appeared, such as the now critically acclaimed Death loop, and Eidos-Montreal will soon release Marvel’s guardians of the galaxy, all the biggest highlights came from new announcements. reveals as the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake, Marvel’s Wolverine from Insomniac Games, and the first gameplay trailer for God of War: Ragnarok surprised many fans.
Of Death loopFrom the stellar reviews of, to the latest PS5 system update, to the new 3D Midnight Black Pulse headset and the official announcement of the acquisition of Bluepoint Games, developer of Demon’s Souls, there is a lot going on in the game. PlayStation world. With a new month just around the corner, the upcoming PlayStation Plus free-to-play game series is about to add even more fuel to the fire. The official announcement of next month’s lineup is less than a week away, so here are all the games we want to see on PS Plus for November 2021.
Mortal Kombat 11
A recent job posting from parent company WarnerMedia indicated that Mortal combat Developer NetherRealm Studios may be ready to announce their next AAA game in the near future. Rumors hint Mortal Kombat 12 being next in line, followed by a sequel to 2017 Injustice 2. The news comes after an absolutely stellar year for the fighting franchise following the release of an all-new Mortal combat film at the end of April. In addition, the years 2019 Mortal Kombat 11 has sold over 12 million copies, making it the best-selling game in the series.
Unfortunately, the inclusion of Mortal Kombat X in the PS Plus range for October makes the probability of seeing Mortal Kombat 11 in November very weak. However, it is not impossible, and it is certainly a fantastic game that would be a hit with a lot of gamers. Mortal Kombat 11 is the final chapter in the reboot trilogy that began with Mortal combat  in 2011. The game featured a time-consuming story campaign, a DLC expansion called Aftermath, new gameplay features like Fatal Blows, and 37 unique fighters, including guest characters like The Joker, Robocop, and Spawn.
Mortal Kombat 11 is available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Resident Evil 2 remake
When Capcom released the Resident Evil 2 remake in January 2019, not only had it already released a top contender for “Game of the Year”, it set a whole new benchmark for what modern video game remakes had to measure up to. Based on the 1998 game of the same name, the remake replaced fixed camera angles and tank controls with a modernized third-person fire control system and an “over-the-shoulder” camera, similar to Resident Evil 4.
Fixed two months after the original resident Evil, Resident Evil 2 takes place in Raccoon City and features the first appearance of fan favorite characters, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. Contrary to Resident Evil 3 remake that followed a year later, one of the best aspects of the game is its level of replayability across multiple campaigns. Players can choose to play as Leon or Claire, with each campaign featuring unique locations and storylines, plus a second part for each character after the main campaign that mixes things up again. Resident Evil 2 is one of the best survival horror games available and a great third person shooter.
Resident Evil 2 is now available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Three free PSVR games
Earlier this month, Sony confirmed that to celebrate the fifth anniversary of PlayStation VR, PS Plus subscribers will receive three free PSVR games during the month of November. With that in mind, the third standard game on the list could be replaced with three fantastic PSVR games. This would be an ideal addition to the backlog for anyone with a PSVR, or for gamers interested in picking one up later, given that a next-gen PSVR device is currently in development.
Developed by Sony’s own London studio, Blood and truth is a PSVR exclusive first-person shooter that follows a former Special Forces soldier on a mission to save his family from a London crime boss.
Following Blood and truth, the next game that should be free for PSVR is The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, another VR first-person shooter but this time set in Robert Kirkman’s iconic zombie-infested apocalypse. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is a horror and survival game in which the player takes the role of a tourist in New Orleans who will have to collect items, craft weapons and fend off all new zombie evolutions in order to survive.
And finally, Marvel’s Iron Man VR is a PSVR exclusive where players take on the titular role of Iron Man as he comes face to face with Antman and the villainous Wasp Ghost, a hacker and terrorist seeking revenge. Each of these games has pushed the boundaries of what VR titles can be, explored exciting worlds of pop culture, and offered gamers new experiences they can’t get anywhere else.
Don’t forget to pick up the October monthly games
Next month’s lineup of free PlayStation Plus games is expected to be announced during the last week of October and made available to active subscribers starting Tuesday, November 2. For those subscribers who haven’t purchased any of the free games for the month of November, there is plenty of time to download the WWII multiplayer shooter game. Hell let loose on PlayStation 5, as well as Mortal Kombat X and PGA 2K21 Tour on PlayStation 4.
Playstation plus members receive a selection of free games on the first Tuesday of each month.
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