Sony accidentally revealed the free PlayStation 4 games that will be offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers in November 2018, just as the free games for October 2018 come online.
The free games for PlayStation Plus members are usually revealed a few days before the end of the previous month. However, it looked like Sony jumped the gun for November 2018, revealing what PlayStation 4 owners can look forward to next month.
Free PlayStation 4 Games For PS Plus November 2018
An advertisement that was spotted on the official PlayStation website revealed that the free PlayStation 4 games for PlayStation Plus subscribers next month are Bullet Storm: Full Clip Edition and Yakuza Kiwami.
Bullet Storm: Full Clip Edition is a remake of a classic bullet hell shooter that offers a fun, run-and-gun experience. It is not among the best PlayStation 4 games ever made, but as a free PlayStation Plus download, it is highly recommended.
Yakuza Kiwami, meanwhile, is another remake, bringing the 2005 PlayStation 2 game Yakuza into the current generation of consoles. The game focuses on the Japanese crime underground, and features combo-based combat, quirky minigames, and an engrossing story.
Are They Really The Free PS Plus Games Next Month?
The advertisement that spoiled the two games have since been taken down, which likely means that the leak was a legitimate one. However, there are conspiracy theories that Sony purposely uploaded the image to cover up the real free PlayStation Plus games for November 2018.
There were rumors last month that the free PlayStation Plus games for October 2018 will include Diablo III: Eternal Collection and Nioh, a pair of great games that will make for an exciting batch of free PlayStation 4 games. However, when Sony announced the free games for this month, the rumor was laid to rest.
The image that sparked the rumor, however, never said that Diablo III: Eternal Collection and Nioh will be available in October. Will the two games instead be rolled out as free downloads in November, in time for the annual BlizzCon? That is a question that only Sony can answer, and it will do so in about three weeks' time.