Next month, PS Plus subscribers might get a couple of action-packed shooter games. If latest reports were true, we would see Max Payne 3 and Watch Dogs on PlayStation Plus November 2016 lineup. Now, let's know the latest predictions of PS Plus free games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
The first Watch Dogs has been the headline of PS Plus free games rumors in the past few months. The game is an impressive open-world with unique hacking tricks. According to IGN, missions in original Watch Dogs are much more stealth-focused than most open-world games.
With the upcoming release of Watch Dogs 2 on Nov. 15, offering the first Watch Dogs next month would be a good move to promote the sequel. In addition, gamers will have chance to see the gameplay of the original game before buying the Watch Dogs 2.
The first installment of the popular action-adventure shooting game was released in May 2014. Because of its commercial success, developer Ubisoft decided to create the Watch Dogs 2. With pressure from fans, Sony might include the Watch Dogs in November 2016 PS Plus Free Games list.
Another game that might be included in the next month's lineup is Max Payne 3. Reviewers say this shooter game from Rockstar Games has simple yet satisfying gameplay. Players also have variety of missions in the game--from score challenges to speed runs to keep them glued to their seats.
The third Max Payne game was released in May 2012, and it should be high time for the game to become playable for free. Interestingly, offering Max Payne 3 next month would increase the hype for RockStar Game's upcoming game, Red Dead Redemption 2.
For other titles, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is also rumored to be part of PS Plus November 2016 lineup. This game features some of the most popular heroes of the DC Comics universe. It also offers loads of great characters and missions that gamers will really love.
Previously, Sony announced the price increase of PS Plus membership. The service's one-year membership rises from $50 to $60, while three-month membership increases from $18 to $25. With that move, many gamers believe the gaming service would provide better titles in the future to compete against Microsoft's Xbox Live.
While waiting for PS Plus November 2016 lineup, check out our previous report to know the available October 2016 free games.