With October 2021 drawing to a close, Sony announced the November 2021 PlayStation Plus games. This month’s batch is larger than usual. It includes the three free games we come to expect. They’re First Class Trouble (PS4, PS5), Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4), and Knockout City (PS4, PS5). However, people also get some PlayStation VR games for free.
First Class Trouble is an Among Us social deduction and sabotage game. It previously appeared on PCs in April 2021 for $14.99. Six players are on a space ship trying to survive, but two people are secretly “Personoid” saboteurs trying to get everyone killed.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning is the September 2020 remaster of the 2012 action-RPG. It normally costs $39.99.
Knockout City, while not a free-to-play game, is often free. When it launched back in May 2021, it was free to play briefly. Additional options made it free-to-play until players hit level 25. It is a dodgeball game and normally costs $19.99.
There are also three free PlayStation VR games. Unlike the standard additions, they’ll be available longer. The Persistence, Until You Fall, and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners can all be claimed until January 3, 2022.
The October 2021 PlayStation Plus games can be claimed until November 1, 2021. They are Hell Let Loose (PS5), Mortal Kombat X (PS4), and PGA Tour 2K21.