PS Plus November free games to include Sackboy, Mass Effect and more?

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PlayStation Plus subscribers are counting down to the reveal of the free PS4 and PS5 games for November 2022. The next wave of PS Plus games will be officially announced at 4.30m BST on October 26. The games will be available to download less than a week later on the morning of November 1. With the PS4 and PS5 games so tantalisingly close, subscribers are filling the time with their very own predictions ahead of the big reveal. We thought we’d join in with some predictions of our own.

Let’s start with first-party games, which are always a fairly safe bet due to Sony owning the rights.

There aren’t too many to choose from, although Sackboy: A Big Adventure will almost certainly join PS Plus before long.

Already available to Premium subscribers, other contenders include Returnal, Spider-Man Miles Morales, and possibly even Demon’s Souls.

Speaking of Souls games, Sony’s recent investment in developer FromSoftware means Dark Souls Remastered and Sekiro are also candidates.

There’s also a chance Sony will go old-school with the November free games, making Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection, Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX, and Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection all possibilities.

That’s on top of games like Two Point Hospital, Balan Wonderworld, Narita Boy and Orcs Must Die! 3, not to mention Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Mass Effect Legendary Edition and No Man’s Sky.

Express Online will keep this story updated with any developments as the week goes on.

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In the meantime, subscribers can grab the current batch of PS Plus games until November 1. Games include Hot Wheels Unleashed, Injustice 2 and Superhot.

Hot Wheels Unleashed is my pick of the bunch, featuring a wide variety of unlockable cars and customisation options.

Sony explains more: “Collect, build and race in this fantastic arcade sim based on the Hot Wheels universe.

“Earn new vehicles then take them to the track to race side by side with friends in two-player split-screen, or face up to 12 opponents in online challenges.

“One you’ve raced, why not try and build your own course? Create amazing layout inside and outside the track editor. Ad loops, special boosters, obstacles and special elements to make an incredible amusement park for your races, then share your creation online for other players to try.”

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