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PlayStation Plus games for November include the PS4’s most unique title

The multi-award winning PS4 title Everyone’s Gone to the Rapture is free in November for Sony PlayStation Plus members.

The unique supernatural stroll through the Shropshire countryside was nominated for a BAFTA-leading 10 gongs this year, winning three.

Brighton-based The Chinese Room created a visually sumptuous title that centred around discovering what happened to the inhabitants of an abandoned village.

Elsewhere, there’s Deadly Tower of Monsters, a top-down shooter from ACE Team.

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That’s it for PS4 games, but on the PS3 side of things Costume Quest and Dirt 3 will be available for download.

PS Vita owners can download Letter Quest Remastered and Pimped BMX. That game is also available on PS4 and PS3 through cross buy.

While the line-up for November is pretty decent, it’s not up there with October’s awesome and still-available offerings.

The remastered Resident Evil and Transformers: Devastation can still be downloaded for the next couple of days.

Grab them while you can.

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