PS Plus November Games Include Mafia II: Definitive Edition and Aliens: Fireteam Elite

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Sony revealed this month's PS Plus lineup. Customers will have the ability to redeem the following video games in between November 7 and December 4: Mafia II: Definitive Edition, Aliens: Fireteam Elite, and Dragon Ball: The Breakers. None are especially excellent, though.

A remaster of the initial video game, Mafia II: Definitive Edition released on May 19, 2020 with visual enhancements however ended up being a mess of problems and low frame rate, a minimum of on consoles.

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The 2nd video game of this month's PS Plus is Aliens Fireteam Elite. Made by Cold Iron Studios, it debuted in August 2021 to middling evaluations. Our Kai Powell was especially underwhelmed after investing a long time with the video game, score it 6 out of 10:

The Colonial Marines and military kinds of the Aliens universe would typically be an ideal suitable for the design of co-op shooter that Cold Iron Studios was going for however sadly Aliens: Fireteam Elite fizzles by a broad margin. Rather of commemorating the large power of the Colonial Marines, these three-man fireteams are merely attempting to endure being mobbed down by waves of meaningless, fast-moving zombies with the included capability of having the ability to crawl on walls. The capacity of developing a badass Doc was rapidly destroyed with the awareness that there simply isn't much reward to keep boning up for very little returns. I've played through the Aliens: Fireteam Elite project as soon as and a bit more for this customer in specific, it's video game over, man.

Finally, PS Plus players can download Dragon Ball: The Breakers, an uneven online action video game where 7 regular residents attempt to make it through the Raider (a traditional DRAGON BALL competitor such as Cell, Frieza, and Buu). This video game didn't precisely have an excellent reception, either.

If you do not like all of these video games, possibly you'll have an interest in the 15% discount rate that Sony is gifting PS Plus customers to be invested this month to get or lease motion pictures in the Sony Pictures Core app.

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