The PS Now November 2021 free games have been revealed and the release date for the PlayStation Plus titles is near.

October was a fairly good month for the Sony subscription service. We received the always divisive Last of Us Part II and Fallout 76, but we also got the Amnesia Collection as well as the underappreciated Desperados III.

Now, for the penultimate month before Christmas, we are set to get the best ever Final Fantasy.

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What are the PS Now November 2021 free games?

One of the official new free games for PS Now November 2021 is Final Fantasy IX.

This is the third Final Fantasy game set to join the subscription service between September and January. We’ve already received FFVII and FFVIII, and we will be blessed with FF X and FF XII The Zodia Age in December and January.

Aside from arguably the best Final Fantasy of all time, we are also getting the following:

  • Mafia Definitive Edition
  • Celeste
  • Totally Reliable Delivery Service

How much does PlayStation Now cost?

It costs either £8.99 per month, £22.99 every three months, or £49.99 every year.

If you haven’t subscribed before, you can enjoy a seven day trial. However, if you don’t enjoy the free sample, make sure to disable your subscription in settings as you will be set up with an automatic renewal.

Here are all the PS Now games currently available.

PS Plus November 2021 release date

The release date for the forthcoming PS Plus free games is November 2nd, 2021.

If you happen to own a PlayStation VR headset, the good news is that you have three offerings to look forward to on PlayStation 4. The three VR freebies are The Persistance, Walking Dead Saints and Sinners, and Until You Fall.

As for the three other standard freebies, subscribers have an exciting month ahead of them with:

  • First Class Trouble
  • Knockout City
  • Kingdoms of Amular Re-Reckoning