PlayStation Plus Line-Up November 2016 Includes ‘Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture’ And ‘Costume Quest 2’

Everybody's Gone to The Rapture screencap.
Everybody's Gone to The Rapture screencap. (c) The Chinese Room

Sony finally released the line-up for games coming to PlayStation Plus, beginning on Nov. 1, which features a hefty list starting with Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture for PS4.

Without further ado, check out the six titles that are coming to PlayStation Plus next month:

Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture

If you’ve missed the opportunity to play this game, here’s your shot and it’s worth it. We’ll start with Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture, which surrounds you in a world of beautiful visuals, incredible lighting in an English town, but also a sense of loss. The first thought is, “there’s no one here,” as players are practically thrown into a world of nothingness. Players must search for clues and follow breadcrumbs of spiritual flashbacks leading to the truth of where everybody’s gone. An increasingly eerie hunt, naturally.

Costume Quest 2

Like a few or many of us, October is forever ongoing, horror games is not only a “Halloween” thing. Still have withdrawals or missed out on playing the adorable Costume Quest 2 on PS3? Here’s your second chance! Costume Quest 2 is a role-playing game developed by Double Fine Productions and published by Midnight City. In Costume Quest 2, players can enjoy playing one of the two twin siblings, Wren or Reynold. Along with them are two of their friends on an adventure of collecting Halloween candy and costumes.

The Deadly Tower of Monsters

While Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture and Costume Quest 2 may not be your cup of tea, The Deadly Tower of Monsters may be. The Deadly Tower of Monsters on PS4 focuses on Dick Starspeed who has crash landed on an unfamiliar planet named Gravoria. Of course, as Dick Starspeed is now stranded in a hostile world of inhabitants during the fight between good and evil factions of “ape men,” Dick Starspeed meets Scarlet Nova - the heir to the planet. Rebelling against her “evil” birthright, Scarlet joins forces with Dick in hopes to take down the Emperor’s evil regime.

DiRT 3

Heading into PS3 is DiRT 3. In DiRT 3, race recklessly in the most iconic rally cars in different weather types, including snow, rain and even during the night. DiRT 3 is developed by Codemasters and features the most rally content of the series as you race in singleplayer, splitscreen, or during multiplayer.

Letter Quest Remastered

On the PS Vita, Letter Quest Remastered is compatible with the Cross-Buy feature with the PS4. Letter Quest is a turned-based RPG, this is different from your usual turn-based RPG: “Spell words to battle monsters and earn gems that can be used to purchase upgrades, books, special items, potions, and much more! Letter Quest is a turn-based RPG featuring high-res artwork, clever wordplay, and two great soundtracks. Use your linguistic skills to survive!”

Pumped BMX+

Another PS4 and PS3 Cross-Buy PS Vita title is Pumped BMX+, developed by a one man studio, Yeah Us!

“Pumped BMX + uses the hit game Pumped BMX 2 as inspiration - taking everything which made the mobile version so successful and enhancing every aspect of it for console.”

The game allows players to choose their rider style while tackling stunts on more than 500 challenges, become the top of the leaderboards in Pumped BMX+.

As we come up on Halloween and head into the Holidays, you’ve got a list of games to at least try out and possibly enjoy to take up your time and take you away from the stresses of holiday shopping and parties. Sit back and relax and give the list of November’s PlayStation Plus titles a go.

Here’s the full list, available to download from 1st November:

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, PS4

The Deadly Tower of Monsters, PS4

DiRT 3, PS3

Costume Quest 2, PS3

Letter Quest Remastered, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)

Pumped BMX+, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4 and PS3)

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