Sony hasn’t shared its full list of free PS Plus games for November, although a preview didn’t provide much new information.
The first official news is that an all-new game will debut in November as part of PlayStation Plus.
The game is First Class Trouble and could be the perfect way to prepare for Among Us in December.
That’s because First Class Trouble is a hidden identity game that shares a lot of commonalities with the popular title InnerSloth.
One of the big differences is that First Class is built in a 3D game world that pits humans against androids.
And the good news is that it will be available for free download on PS4 and PS5 on November 2.
This will be around the same time that Sony’s other PS Plus games go live, and it looks like it will be a bumper crop.
According to a new and proven source, the November 2021 PS Plus games will include First Class Trouble, Knockout City, and Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning.
Meanwhile, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is reportedly available on PSVR, alongside two unconfirmed virtual reality games.
And since First Class Trouble turned out to be correct and included in next month’s PS Plus lineup, the others seem pretty certain to be true.
Here’s what we know so far about First Class Trouble and how the battle between humans and AI will work on PS4 and PS5:
FIRST CLASS FAULT RULES
“At the start of each game, you will be randomly assigned the role of Resident or Personoid. The residents are human passengers and the personoids are mechanical engineering assistants whose programming has been overridden.
“Although everyone is playing together, you will have different goals to fulfill depending on your role. Here you will have a crucial decision to make: collaborate or cheat?
“For the residents, your main goal is to shut down the dishonest AI in the heart of the Alithea. To reach CAIN, you will need to collect three key cards to advance to the next level deeper inside the ship.
“For Personoids, your main goal is simple: to prevent residents from succeeding at all costs. It means lying, deceiving, and ultimately ridding the ship of those pesky humans. Despite the game’s many potential dangers (and there are plenty of them), deception is arguably the deadliest weapon to use in First Class Trouble. Who can you trust? “
At the State of Play event, Sony confirmed its intention to make the First Class Trouble social deduction game available for free. Unfortunately, the rest of the PS Plus line has yet to be announced.
It’s unclear when the reveal will take place, although there’s a good chance it will happen before October 30.