Last Chance for November 2020’s PlayStation Plus!

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Since the launch of the PlayStation 5, I’m sure everyone has been preoccupied with their new next gen console and games. That’s if you were able to grab one this holiday. Before November leaves behind us, PlayStation Plus members who own a PS5 will have the opportunity to download this featured game until the beginning of January. So let’s check out what’s also available for the PS4 before this month is over.

Bugsnax (PS5 Version)

First up, we have Bugsnax for PS5 owners. This is a super charming and whimsical first-person adventure game and the very first PS5 title to join PlayStation Plus. Explore Snaktooth Island, which is home to the half-bug half-snack creatures called Bugsnax.

Play as a curious journalist to unravel the mysteries of Snaktooth Island and capture all 100 critters that are scattered all over! Discover, hunt, and capture the many critters as you track them down by reuniting the island’s inhabitants. This downloadable title is only available until Monday, January 4, 2021.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War (PS4)

Now moving on to the PS4 titles, let’s start off with Middle-earth: Shadow of War. This is an action role-playing title set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. You are called upon once more in this iconic open-world filled with wizards, orcs, and elves.

Forge a new Ring of Power and army to get behind enemy lines to conquer Fortresses in massive battles and control Mordor from within. Experience this epic new story of Middle-earth!

Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition (PS4)

The last game to wrap up this month’s list of games is Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition. Originally released in 2017, immerse yourself in Team Cherry’s 2D explorative platformer. Dive into the underground world of Hollownest to battle tainted creatures and befriend crazy bugs. There is an abundance of new skills to unlock that allows you to customize power sets that best fit your playstyle.

Untangle the kingdom’s ancient history while battling head on against epic bosses that will put your combat and platforming skills to the test. This is the time to knuckle down the mysteries that are buried within the heart of Hollownest!

Now that wraps up all the games for November 2020’s free PlayStation Plus games. These titles are available until Monday, November 30. So don’t forget to grab them before it’s too late! We’ll see you soon enough for December’s PlayStation Plus lineup.

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