Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen takes the spotlight among the latest titles entering the PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium game catalog this month. From November 21 onwards, higher-tier PS Plus members can embark on a gripping dark fantasy adventure, assuming the role of the Arisen marked by destiny to confront a dragon and unravel a sinister conspiracy. The combat style, reminiscent of Dark Souls, offers a unique twist with AI companions aiding players in challenging situations. Immerse yourself in magical experiences, ride griffins, and battle Hydra heads when Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen arrives on PS4.
A day-one release, Teardown, which premiered on consoles on November 15, also joins the PS Plus catalog. Faced with increasing debt, players take on odd jobs from shady individuals, leading them to embrace a rebellious nature as they plan the perfect heist in a sandbox world. Drive into walls, demolish structures, or strategically stack objects to create the optimal path for a heist, all while avoiding detection. Teardown is now accessible on the PS5.
For those who explored Dead Island in last month’s PS Plus collection, the sequel, Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition, awaits on the PS4. This installment continues the saga, pitting immune protagonists against a fresh wave of zombies on a new island. Engage in online co-op with up to three players, cracking undead skulls, slicing appendages, and setting hordes ablaze.
Puzzle enthusiasts can dive into Superliminal, available on both PS4 and PS5. Developed by Pillow Castle Games, this surreal title places players in an experimental dream therapy program filled with optical illusions. Guided by Dr. Glenn Pierce’s voice, players navigate puzzles using object manipulation and camera angle switches, transitioning between 2D and 3D perspectives for innovative solutions. The first-person view adds an extra layer of intensity to the experience. Meanwhile, mech enthusiasts can choose from over 180 high-performance metallic armor suits in Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme vs. Maxi Boost On, engaging in 2v2 battles online.
While the November Game Catalog introduces these titles on the PlayStation Blog, concerns about the value of a PS Plus subscription arise among fans due to the lack of highly anticipated releases this month. Sony’s price hike earlier this year has left some users questioning the subscription’s value. Although Sony introduced 4K cloud streaming in October, it’s exclusive to PS Plus Premium members in select regions. In response to fan disappointment, new 12-month PS Plus memberships are currently available at a 30 percent discount through PlayStation’s Black Friday sale.
The November Game Catalog is exclusively available to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium subscribers, featuring last month’s additions like Gotham Knights, Disco Elysium, and Alien Isolation. Here’s the comprehensive list of free games for PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium subscribers starting November 21.