By October 12, 2013

Playstation Plus November Update

PS-Plus-Logo.jpgAs we know now PlayStation Plus is something of an awesome subscription based goody for us PlayStation owners (PS3, Vita and soon to be PS4 too!) October saw us receive Far Cry 3 free of charge! and in the previous month we got Assassins Creed 3 too so its safe to say that it is definitely worth coming back for more.

And November is in my opinion the best month yet! PlayStation have signed up with both Capcom and Konami to bring subscribers a couple of seriously awesome games absolutely free! The games in question are none other than Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and Remember Me which if you will remember i was very excited about before its launch? This sure is an exciting month for PS Plus subscribers and i personally can’t wait!

There are also a couple of decent fun PS Vita games joining on October 23rd and they will be listed below.

Below are a list of games both leaving and joining PS Plus from the 23rd October so if you haven’t played the following games i suggest you get downloading today so that you don’t miss out! I say this because as long as you download them before 23rd October and carry on your PS Plus subscription then you can carry on playing those games, an added bonus if you ever needed one!

Leaving:

  • Far Cry 3 (PS3)
  • Mafia II (PS3)
  • Spec Ops: The Line (PS3)
  • Street Fighter X Tekken (PS Vita)
  • Touch My Katamari (PS Vita)

Joining:

  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (PS3)
  • Remember Me (PS3)
  • Oddworld: Strangers Wrath (PS Vita)
  • Motorstorm RC (PS Vita)

If you do agree with the fact that the next month is going to be awesome then i fully recommend that you sign up for a PS Plus subscription if you haven’t done so already, prices start at £11.99 for a 3 month subscription and for a whole year it is £39.99 which considering the content that you get for your devices is extremely good value!

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