The free PS Plus games for November 2022 are now available

The free PS Plus games for November 2022 are now available

The free PlayStation Plus games for November 2022 are now available for customers to grab across the PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Premium levels. One of the primary benefits of being a PlayStation Plus member is the ability to claim new free titles every month, and the November 2022 choices are now available. Sony’s premium membership service subscribers have until December 5 to get the free games.

Nioh 2, a Soulslike from developer Team Ninja that received great praise when it was first released, is the free PlayStation Plus title for November 2022. Nioh 2 received a lot of praise for its demanding action gameplay and devastating boss confrontations. PS Plus members may pick between the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 versions of the game, allowing everyone to play it out even if they haven’t had the opportunity to update their system yet.

The other two titles available to PS Plus members in November 2022 are LEGO Harry Potter Collection and Heavenly Bodies. Heavenly Bodies, like Nioh 2, includes both native PS5 and PS4 versions, but LEGO Harry Potter Collection only offers a PS4 version. However, because of PS5 backward compatibility, users of Sony’s newest machine may claim, download, and play LEGO Harry Potter Collection on PS5.

List of PS Plus Free Games for November 2022

  • Heavenly Bodies (PS4/PS5)
  • LEGO Harry Potter Collection (PS4)
  • Nioh 2 (PS4/PS5)

For those who are unfamiliar with the games, Heavenly Bodies is an independent physics puzzle game, while LEGO Harry Potter Collection is a collection of the two LEGO Harry Potter games. The LEGO Harry Potter Collection should keep PS Plus customers busy, as those aiming for 100% will discover a plethora of items split throughout LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7.

The free PS Plus games for November 2022 are now available to grab, but PS Plus Extra and Premium subscribers have even more to look forward to this month. If the trend holds, Sony should reveal the next batch of PS Plus Extra and Premium titles around the middle of this month, so fans should keep an eye out for that news.

Sony has already spent money on the PS Plus redesign, so it seems that the PS Plus Extra and Premium levels haven’t been as popular as predicted. Sony may seek to raise the value of such services in order to attract additional users, or it may reduce its losses and redirect its resources elsewhere. It will be fascinating to watch how everything plays out in the next months.

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