Novemberโ€™s PS Plus offers a refreshingly mixed bag of titles which are available until December 6th. The three titles are Knockout City, First Class Trouble and Amalur: Re-Reckoning. Feel free to read on for more details on each title.

Knockout City: PS4 & 5

A dodgeball like, co-operative multiplayer team game where players attempt to knock out member of the opposing team with various types of balls in a futuristic city. There are several maps and game mode available, including deathmatch and 4 vs 4 modes. The game was released in May 21 and has cross platform play. Through playing the game players earn currency which can then be spent in the in game shop to purchase player customisation items. The game released to good reviews, so if you enjoy online multiplayer team games then this might be just the title for you.

First Class Trouble: PS4 & 5

A multiplayer, co-operative, deduction game where players attempt to work out who to trust in a battle against a homicidal AI, on a luxury spaceship cruise, who has decided that all humans must die. Some players play the human survivors whereas other play robots in disguise, just waiting for an opportunity to betray the humans to their demise.

The game first released on PC in early access on 4th April. It has received generally good reviews but there are complaints of a toxic community with some reviewers advising that you should only play with friends or a discord team rather than strangers.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning: PS4

A remaster of the 2012 action roleplaying game Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning originally released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. The remaster was released in 2020 for PS4 and XboxOne and in 2021 for Nintendo Switch. The game is set in the Faelands, a war-torn kingdom where the immortal Fae seek to destroy all the mortal races. The player can choose one of four races to play as, and one of three classes. The original game released to good reviews in 2012. The remaster version offers improved visuals and refined gameplay. If you are a fan of action RPGs then this might be just the title for you.