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PlayStation revealed this week what games it will offer PS Plus subscribers. In November, we’ll get the Nioh 2, the Celestial Body, and the Lego Harry Potter Collection. The former two are available for both PS5 and PS4, while the Lego Harry Potter Collection is a PS4 exclusive.
Nioh 2 is an action role-playing game and the sequel to Team Ninja’s first installment in the series. Unlike the original game, players can create their own characters who are accompanied by yokai spirits. The series has been sold seven million copies total since Nioh debuted in 2017. Theo blog PlayStationPS Plus users can access Nioh 2 on PS4 and Nioh 2 Remastered on PS5.
The Lego game franchise is having a particularly good year, like Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has been on the bestseller charts since it debuted in April. Lego’s adaptation of Harry Potter incorporates all seven years of the protagonist’s school life, including the remastered Grades 5-7. It also features local and online co-op.
The final game is Heavenly Bodies. This physics simulator places players in zero-gravity situations where they must control the limbs of their space travel protagonist with their thumbs. It’s a fun and awkward time, especially if you’re trying to play with a friend in the local co-op.
PlayStation finally seems to have stabilized the rhythm regarding exclusive-level Plus releases, announced and launched at the end of the month. All three games announced today will launch to all PS Plus subscribers on November 1.
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