It’s time for the monthly digest of all the free games you can get this month if you’re a PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold member!
PlayStation Plus – Free Games
November 7 – December 5
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, this month sees players get access to horror, beat-’em-ups, adventure games, arcade racers and more! This month, players can get access to:
- Dungeon Punks (includes Vita version)
- Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
- Worms Battleground
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood expires in January, so plenty of time to pick it up.
- R-Type Dimensions
- Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic
- Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse (Episodes 1 and 2)
- Dungeon Punks (includes PS4 version)
There’s still time to pick up the October games (which included Metal Gear Solid V and Amnesia Collection if you haven’t yet!) Just click on the link to head to the PS Plus page (Australian store).
Xbox Live Gold – Free Games
Games with Gold continues to give, with the November batch launching. As usual, this month sees another batch of Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles hitting between now and the end of the month.
If you’ve locked up your Xbox 360 in the garage somewhere, don’t fret, these games will work with backwards compatibility on your Xbox One (which recently got an upgrade, too!).
Last month’s title, The Turing Test, has also been extended to 15 November if you haven’t yet picked it up (you should; it’s a really good Portal-like puzzle game!)
Here’s this month’s haul:
- TrackMania Turbo – Nov 1 – Nov 30
- Tales from the Borderlands – Nov 16 – Dec 15 – includes all episodes
- The Turing Test – extended to Nov 15
- NiGHTS into dreams… – Nov 1 – Nov 15
- Deadfall Adventures – Nov 16 – Nov 30
Clicking on a game in the list above will take you to the (Australian) Microsoft Store page where you can pick up the freebies when they are live.
And that’s it for this month! Check back next month for another Freebie ‘Frodown where we’ll break down all the free games you can pick up for December.
(And sorry about the title, I could not find a better alliteration for ‘freebie’. If you have a better one, sound out in the comments!)