The free PS Plus Games for November 2021 have leaked online

It appears that Sony hasn't learned much from last month's backlash judging from November 2021's leaked PS Plus games.

If there are two things that you can almost always expect from Sony's PlayStation Plus games offerings, it's that Sony is going to announce the games every last Wednesday of the month and that the games are going to be leaked a few days before the official announcement. So far, Sony hasn't made an official announcement for ALL the games for November 2021 yet, but it has already confirmed that First Class Trouble will be part of the lineup.

Plus Games For November Leaked
First Class Trouble is a social deduction game that's not too different from Among Us.

What's interesting here is that First Class Trouble was included in an earlier leak, suggesting that the intel was legitimate and that we can expect Sony to announce the other games soon.

Sony is going for quantity over quality for November 2021

According to the leak from the French website, Dealabs, the PS Plus November 2021 lineup will include the aforementioned First Class Trouble along with Knockout City, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners, and Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. This is one more title than most are used to getting. Unfortunately, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners is for PSVR only.

Having said that, the rumored PS Plus November 2021 lineup is at least better when compared to last month's free games.

Kingdoms of Amalur-Re-Reckoning is the repackaged version of the 2012 RPG title that includes all the DLCs and visual upgrades. This makes it the definitive edition of Kingdoms of Amalur. Meanwhile, Knockout City is a unique take on the battle royale formula. It was released earlier this year and was positively met by both critics, as well as audiences. Finally, First Class Trouble is a multiplayer survival game with similarities to Among Us.

Plus Games For November Leaked
Dealabs is at it again with its PS Plus lineup leaks.

While First Class Trouble isn't a big title by any means, it's still nice to see Sony secure a game and make it available at launch as part of the PlayStation Plus lineup.

Fans should expect an official announcement for the free PS Plus games for November 2021 within the next 24 hours.

Ray Ampoloquio
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