Where has everybody gone in November’s PlayStation Plus lineup?
The Rapture and The Deadly Tower of Monsters, that's where.
With the spookiest month of the year ending soon, PlayStation has announced its roster of free PlayStation Plus games for the month of November. As of 1 November, PS Plus subscribers can download the visually stunning first-person adventure Everybody's Gone to the Rapture and the shlock sci-fi tribute The Deadly Tower of Monsterson PlayStation 4. Here's the full list of PlayStation Plus games for November 2017:
- Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, PS4
- The Deadly Tower of Monsters, PS4
- Dirt 3, PS3
- Costume Quest, PS3
- Letter Quest Remasters, PS Vita
- Pumped BMX+, PS Vita
It's worth noting that you've still got until 1 November to download last month's free PlayStation Plus games, which included Transformers: Devastation and the HD remake of Resident Evil (perfect for Halloween). Once they are gone, they're gone for good, so be sure to download them before the new lineup launches.
Everybody's Gone to The Rapture is an enigmatic adventure from the creators of Dear Esther, The Chinese Room. In Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, the player explores a beautifully rendered English village where everyone has mysteriously vanished. Everybody's Gone to the Rapture was one of the earlier titles to wear the "walking-simulator" badge with pride.
The other free PS4 game is a different story. A tribute to the cheesy 70s sci-fi movies, The Deadly Tower of monsters is a top-down shooter with twin-stick controls that follows three actors cast in the titular B-grade space adventure. The game uses a unique framing devices where the story is told through the (fictional) director's commentary for the film's DVD release. Recommended for fans of Mystery Science Theatre 3000.
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