PlayStation Plus November 2021: Knockout City, Kingdoms of Amalur and PS VR

PlayStation Plus November 2021: Knockout City, Kingdoms of Amalur and PS VR

PlayStation Plus November 2021

PlayStation Plus changes its registry in November 2021, offering its subscribers an update that includes six games instead of three thanks to the addition of the titles for PlayStation VR, which from now on should become a permanent presence within the monthly line-up. of the Sony subscription platform.

The most relevant name is undoubtedly that of Knockout City, the fun multiplayer-based sportsman that arrives in the PS Plus catalog with the double version for PS5 (at its absolute debut) and PS4 , but the arrival of Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, remaster of the excellent action RPG by 38 Studios and Big Huge Games, is also very interesting.

In addition to the competitive experience in the First Class Among Us style Trouble, as mentioned, there are three games for the owners of the PlayStation VR viewer: it is the survival adventure The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, the fighting game Until You Fall and the disturbing horror sci- fi The Persistence.

Has the abundant selection of November 2021 on PlayStation Plus convinced the readers of Actually no, according to our survey: 48% of users considered the update not at all satisfactory, 25% unsatisfactory. Just 8% of respondents said they were very satisfied.

Knockout City

Knockout City, an action phase during a match Available on PS4 and PS5, the latter version at debut right on PlayStation Plus, Knockout City is a colorful and fun multiplayer-based sports arcade, which allows you to try your hand at frantic games of dodgeball (sorry, dodgebrawl) in which the normal rules do not apply and physical fights are the norm, while two teams face off for victory.

Within very large arenas, our task will be to control a player and aim to knock out our opponents by throwing the ball at him in the most violent way possible. The ability to parry shots is limited, but the most predictable throws will only grant attempts to the counterpart, and that is why we will have to assimilate a whole series of mechanics between feints and stunts.

Knockout City, the players prepare for battle The final result is a surprisingly deep and pleasant gameplay title, very varied in the situations it manages to create, equipped with a good number of contents and a technical sector perhaps not too original but pleasant thanks to its cartoon style, able to effectively exploit the potential of PlayStation 5.

The next-gen version of Knockout City includes two graphics modes, which allow you to run the game on the new Sony console at real 4K and 60 fps or at 1440p and 120 fps, providing us with absolute fluidity and great precision of the controls. Would you like to know more? Then check out our review of Knockout City.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, our character explores the Remaster setting of the excellent action RPG developed in 2012 by 38 Studios and Big Huge Games, with the collaboration of the designer Todd McFarlane, of the writer RA Salvatore and game designer Ken Rolson, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning not only boasts renewed graphics in terms of resolution, frame rate and effects, but also various improvements made to the gameplay.

We are talking about a great beautiful work of remastering for an extremely full-bodied title, which catapults us into a vast and fascinating kingdom, that of Amalur, involving us in spectacular hack & slash-style fights while we gradually discover new areas of the scenario and make the our character. More details in Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning review.

First Class Trouble

First Class Trouble, two characters attack a third passenger Set in the distant future, First Class Trouble tries to re-propose the formula that contributed to the extraordinary success of Among Us by putting us in the shoes of a character who is aboard a luxury spaceship hit by a malfunction: the artificial intelligence wants to rebel, and so it has sent some Personoids among the passengers , synthetic copies of people.

Using a third-person view, the title developed by Invisible Walls will therefore see us acting at the command of a human being or an android, in the latter case with the aim of hinder searches and launch our attack when no one expects it, taking advantage of a wide range of possibilities. More details in our trial of First Class Trouble.

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, our character has collected a little train The famous TV series based on the comic by Robert Kirkman also landed on PlayStation VR last year with The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, an action adventure in virtual reality set in the world of The Walking Dead. Against the backdrop of a ruined New Orleans, infested with zombies, we will have to move and fight to survive.

Not only that: our character will need food and materials with which to build more or less improvised weapons, get in touch with other people and organized factions, as well as making choices that will inevitably lead to consequences. All in the context of a complex and multifaceted experience, really interesting: we talked about it in the review of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners.

Until You Fall

Until You Fall, an opponent to be faced with the sword If you have been looking for a fighting game in VR, Until You Fall may be the title for you. We are in fact faced with a hack & slash-style roguelite in which we will have to face hordes of monstrous enemies holding a sword and learning how to use it to the fullest, all within an evocative fantasy world, rich in synthwave influences and also equipped with an epic soundtrack.

In the heavy armor of the last Knight in defense of the kingdom of Rokar, we will have to move through different scenarios and face increasingly stronger opponents, each characterized by a different attack pattern and skill, landing deadly slashes, casting spells, and moving at the right time to avoid taking damage. Will we be able to carry out our mission?

The Persistence

The Persistence, one of the mutants awaits us at the center of the scene Awaken us from a long cryogenic sleep, in The Persistence we will find ourselves on board of a spaceship that ended up adrift in the vicinity of a black hole, invaded by a mysterious entity that corrupted the crew, turning people into aberrant and violent creatures. Our goal will therefore be to survive and find a way to regain control of the ship ... before it is too late.

Wandering through the metal corridors of the setting we will have to pay attention to the pitfalls that lie behind every corner, also because the roguelite nature of the experience will see us lose part of the objects conquered in the event of death and resume the adventure at the command of a new clone. Fortunately, however, we will keep the weapon upgrades, which we will need to get to one of the possible endings of the game. We talked about it in the trial of Persistence.

The arrivals and departures of November 2021

No longer available on PlayStation Plus from November 2nd

Hell Let Loose - PS5 Mortal Kombat X - PS4 PGA Tour 2K21 - PS4

Available on PlayStation Plus November 2nd

Knockout City - PS5 and PS4 First Class Trouble - PS5 and PS4 Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning - PS4 The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners - PS VR Until You Fall - PS VR The Persistence - PS VR

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