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November's PlayStation Plus games are more bountiful than usual

Theresa Hayes | 02 November, 2017, 03:56

Sony announced its line-up of PS Plus games for November today and you can either go with a attractive indie game about dancing, or a game about shooting military worms.

PS4 and PS4 Pro players in Europe can pick up the mighty Worms Battlegrounds alongside indie platformer Bound. Watch the November games preview below... Meanwhile, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is a fighting game focused on rag doll physics and organic animations instead of pre-set fighting moves.

But as chaotic as this holiday season is shaping up to be, the sun will continue to rise in the east and PlayStation will continue to give PlayStation Plus subscribers a selection of free games at the beginning of every month. Bonus titles are Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, a first person survival horror shooter developed by Supermassive Games, and party game That's You! However, when PlayStation Plus jumped over to the PS4, it also acted as a gateway to Sony's online content and store discounts. Whether it's story-based games, hectic decisions, or worms that you're interested in, you'll find something in November's free PlayStation Plus games. Amazon also offers up a slight discount on picking up six-month subscriptions too.

In addition to an improvement in hardware sales, the PlayStation 4 software sales also increased, while the impact of foreign exchange rates contributed to Game and Network Services division's performance.