Sony Accidentally Leaked PS Plus Free Games of November

Usually, on the first Tuesday of every month, Sony releases PlayStation Plus free games. This Tuesday made no exception, and Sony released Friday the 13th and Laser League for free on the PS+ page in the store. Now, Sony accidentally leaked PS Plus free games of November.

Sony Accidentally Leaked PS Plus Free Games of November

Just yesterday morning, Sony posted a graphics revealing Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami as the PS Plus free games for the next month. The respective pic was an advertisement for PlayStation Plus free games.

Of course, Sony might change its mind regarding the free games of November, especially now as they accidentally leaked their titles, but it’s not likely the Japanese company would offer other games. Usually, Sony offers up video games that need more exposure, so Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami devs would expect those titles to appear in November as the PS Plus free games.

Three hidden games for PS Plus offered for free in October

This month, Sony already revealed the two free video games for PS Plus, namely, Friday the 13th and Laser League. However, besides these two titles, there were also three hidden games that might be more interesting for some gamers.

We’re talking about the old-school cyberpunk adventure 2064: Read Only Memories, Rocketbirds 2: Evolution, and The Bridge.

2064: Read Only Memories is an old-school cyberpunk adventure video game which looks like those games of its genre from the 90s. 2064: Read Only Memories launched in 2015 and was designed in a retro 16-bit graphical style on purpose. Rocketbirds 2: Evolution is a funny title which would definitely amuse you. On the other hand, The Bridge is an indie title, a puzzle game designed in black and white for a more bizarre in-game world.

However, the free titles of October would keep you busy enough before Sony releases Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami as the PS Plus free games of November.

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