PS Plus November 2013 update with no complaints

By Alan Ng - Oct 14, 2013

We keep hearing great feedback from current PS Plus subscribers and it’s easy to see why. Sony appears to have built something of an empire, in which gamers are now very happy to throw their money at the company each month in return for great incentives and more importantly – monthly updates to the free instant games collection.

PS3 owners are happy playing the likes of Far Cry 3 at the moment as the main game in the EU PS Plus section, but we now can reveal the big game that will be free to all PS Plus subscribers in November 2013 – for EU consumers again.

Sony has pulled out all of the stops to ensure that November’s free game will be Metal Gear Solid Rising. Don’t forget that this new hack-n-slash entry in the long running franchise isn’t an old game and is still awaiting a PC release from the guys over at Platinum Games.

We also told you recently that Sony admitted that they are regularly striking deals with publishers behind the scenes to ensure that the list of games for PS Plus subscribers continues to excite each month. Aside from Metal Gear Rising, PS3 users in Europe are also going to be able to choose from Remember Me, OddWorld: Stranger’s Wrath and MotorStorm RC – the latter two being free games for your PS Vita.

Remember Me is an addition that should be a positive surprise for a lot of you, but the highlight is obviously Metal Gear Rising if you have yet to play it.

How good is the PS Plus Instant Game Collection?

How good is the PS Plus Instant Game Collection?

It’s a mouthwatering prospect to consider Sony continuing to give away free games on PS Plus, but on the PS4 as well. Imagine when we get to 2014 and Sony will already be able to offer the likes of Killzone Shadow Fall and inFAMOUS: Second Son, free as part of the IGC.

It almost sounds too good to be true. Let us know your experiences of being a PS Plus subscriber. Does anyone actually have any bad stories to share?

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