Seeing as you’re here, reading this article, you probably already know that a PlayStation Plus subscription comes with free games. Each month, Sony makes two PlayStation titles available for download for “free.” That’s if you’re a subscriber, of course. There are limited time windows in which to download these monthly free games, but you do get to keep them forever. So what are you waiting for? Might as well grab the games as soon as they become available!
It’s worth noting that PlayStation Plus used to offer both PS Vita and PlayStation 3 titles each month as well. This was stopped early on in March 2019. Users now only get two PlayStation 4 titles, though it looks like they’re a bit more current to make up for that fact.
Here are the PlayStation Plus free games for November 2019, as well as a history of what’s been available so far this year. That way you don’t find yourself waiting for a game to be free when it’s already out of the rotation!
November 2019 PlayStation Plus Free Games
The following games will be available to download via the PlayStation Store starting November 7!
Ready your blade – grueling encounters await around every corner in this action RPG in a vast land ravaged by civil war. To triumph you’ll need patience, to learn where each foe – human or demon – is strong, and when to strike at their weaknesses. Embrace every defeat as a step along the path to victory. Only in death will you find the way of the samurai.
Outlast 2 ($30)
You are Blake Langermann, a cameraman working with your wife, Lynn. The two of you are investigative journalists willing to take risks and dig deep to uncover the stories no one else will dare touch.
What is PlayStation Plus?
PlayStation Plus has a system of free monthly downloads for its members. Each month, Sony offers two different games free of charge (besides the initial subscription cost). These can only be downloaded for a limited time, however. Miss the time frame and you’re out of luck!
If you download a game and don’t install it, or even uninstall it for that matter, you still get to keep the game. You can re-download it whenever you want.
It’s important to note that you must at least have an active PlayStation Plus subscription to play any of these titles. If you got Portal Knights in January, for example, and then let your PlayStation Plus lapse in February, you won’t be able to launch the game until you re-up your subscription.
It also comes with access to online multiplayer, member discounts, and online game saves.
PlayStation Plus Cost
Free games are a perk of PlayStation Plus. And besides a selection of free games, it also allows you to play PlayStation games online with friends and strangers. The subscription is available in multiple bundles.
- $9.99 – One month
- $24.99 – Three months
- $59.99 – One year
Every PlayStation Plus title is available for a one-month period. No need to remember dates like the Xbox Games with Gold system. In general, most titles are available starting on the second day of the month. The previous month’s titles fall off on the first of the new month.
October 2019 Games
- The Last of Us Remastered ($20)
- MLB The Show 19 ($30)
September 2019 Games
- Batman: Arkham Knight ($20)
- Darksiders III ($60)
August 2019 Games
- WipEout Omega Collection ($20)
- Sniper Elite 4 ($60)
July 2019 Games
- Detroid: Become Human Digital Deluxe Edition ($30)
- Horizon Chase Turbo ($20)
June 2019 Games
- Borderlands: The Handsome Collection ($60)
- Sonic Mania ($20)
May 2019 Games
- What Remains of Edith Finch ($20)
- Overcooked! ($17)
April 2019 Games
- Conan Exiles ($50)
- The Surge ($50)
March 2019 Games
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered ($40)
- The Witness ($40)
February 2019 Games
- For Honor ($40)
- Hitman: The Complete First Season ($20)
- Divekick ($5)
- Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots ($20)
- Gunhouse ($15)
- Rogue Aces ($13)
January 2019 Games
- Steep ($30)
- Portal Knights ($20)
- Zone of the Enders HD Collection ($10)
- Amplitude ($20)
- Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion ($20)
- Super Mutant Alien Assault ($10)