Players ecstatic for the roster of PS Plus November 2016 have just gotten the cake – prematurely. It seems the list of games have just been taken down after it was released.
The PlayStation Asia blog has accidentally revealed the lineup of PS Plus November 2016 games yesterday. It even gave hints to the games that will be a part of Europe and North America’s release.
The blog post cannot be reviewed anymore. However, according to Gear Nuke, games such as Saint’s Row 4: Re-Elected, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend are part of the lineup.
The PlayStation Asia blog is currently under maintenance. However, this does confirm that the list of games will be released eventually. The three aforementioned games are only part of the big list Sony will provide fans.
The company usually provides the list of upcoming PS Plus games during the last week of the month. However, fans have to be assured that the aforementioned games are not guaranteed to appear on the list. Meanwhile, it will be helpful to look back at the releases this year to have an idea to the free games this month.
The release of the PlayStation VR may mean the inclusion of other VR games such as Batman VR and Driveclub VR to increase sales. The release and upcoming release of popular games such as Battlefield 1 and Watch Dogs 2 may mean the inclusion of Battlefield games and Watch Dogs on the roster.
November’s Arsenal: A flashback
Meanwhile, it will be helpful to take a look back at the three games that were leaked in the PS Plus November 2016 lineup.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is a first-person adventure game released back in 2015. It takes place in a small English village with missing inhabitants. It’s the spiritual successor to Dear Esther. Its intriguing storyline forces players to interact with “floating lights” that reveal much of what is happening to the story. Apparently, the Rapture has begun.
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is a fighting game under the BlazBlue franchise. It features new characters and revamps a lot of mechanics from the fast-paced fighting game. The storyline is after Continuum Shift, where the heroes try to stop a mutant apocalypse from happening.
Lastly, Saint’s Row 4: Re-Elected is the fourth installment of the popular Saint’s Row franchise, The open-world action-comedy game takes place in a fictional town with a lot of fictional antics. It started a lot of tropes in the open-world gaming genre, including customizable characters, in-game phones, and in-game radio.