We’re here on November 1, 2022, which in addition to being a holiday is the first Tuesday of the month, so you know what happens: Free games for PS5 and PS4 subordinate PlayStation Plus From November 2022 It will be made available on the same day to all Sony service subscribers, who will be able to redeem it and add it to their digital collection.
The three games that are free to subscribers were announced and presented in an intense way already last week, but we also remember here what they are.
Free games this month for PS Plus members Basic, additional and special I:
- Nioh 2 – PS5 and PS4
- Heavenly Buddies – PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4
- LEGO Harry Potter Collection – PlayStation 4
Perhaps the most interesting title in this version is Nioh 2However, it is available for both PS4 and PS5. This is the sequel to the excellent RPG by Team Ninja, which is part of a study interpretation of the spirit-like subgenre, which also features a setting inspired by Japanese history and mythology.
Compared to the first chapter, Nioh 2 takes the basic characteristics of the original but modifies some aspects with regard to the more technical elements of the gameplay: the combat has become more agile and dynamic but still challenging, as well as offering a significant increase in content that makes it substantially enriching.
Heavenly Bodies It is a puzzle game with ingenious and innovative mechanics: in the role of an astronaut, we have to solve problems inside some space station, while having to deal with the constant absence of gravity. This feature greatly affects the game, modifying the character’s movements.
Thus, the puzzles of The Heavenly Bodies are based on zero gravity, which forces you to drag the character with certain control of the arms, all playable in single or local co-op.
In the end, LEGO Harry Potter set A collection of all the JK Rowling series games in the LEGO edition of Traveler’s Tales and Warner Bros. , namely LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. Gradually telling the different events told in books and movies but with the usual satirical pieces of LEGO games, or in parody style, the titles in question offer gameplay mixed between action and adventure, with the need to lead hands, use magic but also solve puzzles by dismantling and building items with different bricks.
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