Harry Potter and Nioh among the first games offered

PlayStation Plus subscribers will enjoy three games to add to their library in November. Sony has announced the first titles offered. Magic, fights and weightlessness are on the menu.

To prepare for November and play hot, PlayStation has announced the first titles that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers from the Essential level.

Three games can be added from November 1 to its library of titles and can be downloaded at any time, as long as you are subscribed to the service.

PlayStation Plus Essential games added in November 2022:

Whether you are a PS Plus Essential, Extra or Premium subscriber, these three games are offered during the month of November:

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

Nioh 2 is a classic single-player action role-playing game. You play as a half-human, half-yokai samurai warrior with supernatural powers. In Sengoku-era Japan, you will have to draw your weapons to eliminate the multiple enemies that stand in your way. PS5 players are enjoying the remastered version of the game.

More family-friendly and playful, lego harry potter revisits the world of the little wizard and his friends with the corrosive spirit of the famous figurines. The PS Plus offers there the two remastered games of the collection (Years 1 to 4 and Years 5 to 7). Spells to cast, puzzles to solve, evil forces to eliminate, lessons to follow: all the elements of the magic potion come together to have fun alone or in pairs (locally or online).

Finally, Heavenly Bodies have fun with weightlessness with a physics-based game in space. You have to control the arms of an astronaut to make him progress, shoot, climb aboard a space station.

Recall: you have until October 31 to add Hot Wheels Unleashed, Injustice 2 and Super hot at your library. After this day, they will no longer be offered.

Sony will communicate the list of games added to the catalogs of the Extra and Premium subscription levels at the beginning of the month.

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