Free PS Plus and Xbox Live Games for November 2016

Ben Stegner 31-10-2016

It’s once again time for the new month’s free games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Xbox Live vs. PlayStation Plus: What Do You Get With Each? If you're got a PS4 or Xbox One, you've probably thought about subscribing to PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold. Let's see what they offer gamers for the price. Read More . This is the second to last batch for 2016, so let’s hope they’re good! Here’s what you can look forward to in November.


Xbox Live

Xbox One owners receive two games that are strikingly different this month. The first is Super Dungeon Bros, a multiplayer dungeon-crawling game that with a metal music theme. The other Xbox One title is Murdered: Soul Suspect, a third-person mystery adventure game that focuses on a man’s quest to solve a serial killer mystery as a ghost.

If you’ve got an Xbox 360, the two titles you can look forward to are Monkey Island: Special Edition and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. The former is a remake of the classic PC point-and-click game. The latter is an ’80s themed spinoff of the Far Cry series full of humor 10 Funniest Video Games of All Time Video games are serious business, but that doesn't mean game-makers and their fans take it too seriously. Game developers also have their own sense of humour and aren't afraid to infuse their creations with it. Read More and cheesy action.

Don’t forget that Xbox One owners can download all four games thanks to backwards compatibility with the Xbox 360 titles.

PlayStation Plus

PlayStation 4 folks will be receiving Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. This game, in the genre deemed a “walking simulator 8 of the Weirdest Simulation Games You Can Play Now People are weird; like really, really weird. Some of those weirdos go on to be game developers, and that beautiful marriage of madness and digital potential creates the most random simulation games you’ll ever find.... Read More ” by some, is a sort of sequel to Dear Esther. The other PS4 title is The Deadly Tower of Monsters, a top-down shooter with a B-movie action theme.

On the PS3, players will be able to grab Dirt 3, a rally racer game. The other PS3 title is Costume Quest 2, the sequel to the Halloween-themed RPG from a few years back.


Finally, PS Vita owners can pick up Letter Quest Remastered, an updated version of the interesting word game with RPG elements. Vita owners also get Pumped BMX+, a BMX biking arcade game.

What do you think of November’s free games? Let us know which ones you want to try in the comments below!

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  1. Steve
    October 31, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    These lineups just get worse and worse. They will be downloaded by people only to increase library numbers. Perhaps soul suspect is good for a play through, the rest are a joke like last month. They should put out games people actually want to play. Their all sub-par at best. Especially blood dragon, a far cry 3 spin-off that looks like a Cosby sweater.

    • Ben Stegner
      November 2, 2016 at 3:19 pm

      While I've been fairly disappointed with the PS Plus games myself over the past several months, I think you're being a bit harsh. Blood Dragon is a super fun game and lets you experience the craziness of Far Cry without a 25-hour Ubisoft open world attached to it.

      I think PlayStation in particular has been getting lousy games for a while, and I rarely play the games I download, but it could be worse.

  2. Frank
    October 31, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    All those games are Trash.

    • Ben Stegner
      October 31, 2016 at 3:47 pm

      While the games for PS Plus have been pretty sub-par lately, I don't think that all of these are trash! Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is probably the best of the bunch, as that game is a blast to play. For the right type of player, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture should be interesting, too.