Indie Games Focus of November’s Free PS+ Titles

It’s that time of the month again for PlayStation fans, as Sony has announced the latest batch of titles that PlayStation Plus members can download for free starting on Tuesday.

Starting on PS4, owners of the current gen console can look forward to checking out Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, the spiritual successor to 2012’s Dear Esther, as well as The Deadly Tower of Monsters, a top-down sci-fi shooter which takes heavy cues from 50s B movies. For those still enjoying their PS3, the third entry in Codemaster’s popular racing franchise Dirt 3, as well as the adorable but slightly late choice of Double Fine’s halloween adventure, Costume Quest 2, will both be available to download. Finally, PlayStation fans on the go will have access to the vocabulary-based RPG Letter Quest: Remastered and the sidescrolling motorcycle game Pumped BMX+ on Vita, with the latter being cross-buy for PS3 owners, and both available for cross-buy on PS4.

The above six titles will be available to download starting this Tuesday, November 4, replacing the six from the past month, which included Resident Evil and Transformers: Devastation. For more on some of the above games, check out Hardcore Gamer’s reviews of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, The Deadly Tower of Monsters, and Letter Quest: Remastered.