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November PS Plus Games announced for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita

Sony has announced the November PS Plus Games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

It’s that time of the month again, where Sony reveals the free games that will pop up in your PS Plus Instant Game Collection next month.

And in November, Sony is going Halloween themed with its selections.

“In the spirit of Halloween we’re bringing you the spooks with November’s line-up of spooktacular (see what I did there?… okay I’ll stop( monthly games,” jokes SCEE’s Marketing Executive Otisha Sealy.

The headline games for this month are The Walking Dead Season 2 and Magicka 2.

Season 2 of The Walking Dead, from developer Telltale Games, continues the story of Clementine and her band of compadres.

“You’ll be tested by situations and dilemmas that will test your morals and your instinct for survival”.

Then there’s Magicka 2. This is a co-op wizarding action adventure where up to four wizards and their guild Vlad can attempt to rid the world of evil.

Related: Best PS4 Games 2015

The other games included in the November PS Plus Games collection are:

  • Dragon Fin Soup for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita
  • Mass Effect 2 for PS3
  • Beyond Good and Evil for PS3
  • inviZimals for PS Vita

The titles change on November 3, so be sure to download the current October selection now before it’s too late.

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