Nioh and Outlast are PlayStation Plus Free Games Of November

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Play as William Adams, a historic Western samurai in Nioh or get into the Halloween spirit by playing Outlast 2 that involves, murders and frightening chase sequences.

The monthly loyalty programme offers PlayStation Plus subscribers two new games for FREE every month. A perfect opportunity to play games you might not otherwise have played or deemed too expensive at the time. However, this November, PlayStation Plus store will be providing Nioh and Outlast available to download and play for free.

As you may be aware, this offer is only available to PlayStation Plus subscribers only.

PlayStation Plus owners can grab these titles from 5th November right through to 2nd December. Remember to grab these titles before they return to their normal price.


Nioh Ps4 Game
Nioh Ps4 Game

First released worldwide in February 2017 and distributed internationally by Sony Interactive Entertainment and Koei Tecmo in Japan. Nioh is an action-playing video game developed for the PlayStation 4 by Team Ninja.

Based in a fictionalised version of the year 1600, the plot follows the adventures of William, an Irish sailor who pursues the sorcerer Edward Kelley in the ultimate battles of the Sengoku era during the attempts of Tokugawa Ieyasu to unify Japan, an endeavour hindered by the rise of yōkai which thrives in the chaos of war.
Its in-depth combat structure and beautifully realised mediaeval environment give this samurai action-packed game a bit of a Dark Souls feel about it. For those who like Dark Soul would enjoy playing Nioh.

Outlast 2

Outlast 2 Red Barrels Studio Ps4
Outlast 2 Red Barrels Studio Ps4

This is the sequel to the 2013 video game Outlast, published and developed by Red Barrels. In this first-person survival horror game, you play as journalist Blake Langermann who is currently investigating the murder of a Jane Doe, working beside his wife, Lynn.

After crash-landing in the Supai region, Blake wakes up to find his wife missing and his pilot skinned and crucified.
With disturbing scenes and dramatic chase sequences, Outlast 2 is not for the faint-hearted.


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