the list of games offered in November 2022 is available in advance

the list of games offered in November 2022 is available in advance

As usual, the Dealabs site once again beat Sony to the post by revealing in advance the list of new games offered to Playstation Plus subscribers. The November 2022 selection would include Nioh 2, The Lego Harry Potter Collection and the indie title Heavenly Bodies, among others.

We’re nearing the end of October 2022, and it’s only a matter of time before Sony unveils the list of new games coming to Playstation Plus subscribers in November 2022. Well, that’s not counting Dealabs website who has just once again beaten the builder to the post.

For several months now, the site specializing in bargains has systematically revealed the exact list of titles offered on the PS Plus. In October 2022, Dealabs was right in announcing the arrival of Hot Weels Unleashed, Injustice 2 and SuperHot.

Here are the PS Plus games available in November 2022

So what does Sony have in store for subscribers in November 2022? PS Plus Essential, Extra and Premium According to Dealabs? First, players could get their hands on Nioh 2. Available on PS4 and optimized for PS5, this quality Souls Like invites you to discover a Japan ravaged by war in the year 1555. The title exploiting Japanese folklore as much as possible, the player will have to fight Yokai and other emblematic creatures of Japanese culture. You can also use supernatural and overpowering powers to defeat your enemies. But beware, the game does not forgive the slightest error.

We then continue with Lego Harry Potter Collection on PS4. This compilation brings together the two successful titles Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 in a remastered version. We find the formula that made the success of Lego games: schoolboy humor, exploration, fights, puzzles and the possibility of controlling many characters of the saga.

Finally, we conclude this selection with the hilarious Heavenly Bodies, an independent title available on PS4 and PS5. Offering simplistic gameplay at first glance (you have to lead your astronaut into an abandoned space station to complete various tasks), the game is actually devilishly difficult due to particularly demanding physics. Using triggers and joysticks, you can independently control your character’s arms and legs. Fully playable in two-player co-op on the same screen, the title offers delicious momentsto do absolutely to share giggles on a sofa.

Of course, this selection should be taken with a grain of salt, even if until now, Dealabs has never been wrong about the titles offered with the PS Plus.