Sony has been quite generous over the course of 2016 as it releases free games of such calibre. With a list of free games that include "Transformers Devastation," "NBA 2K16," "Journey," "Lords of the Fallen" and "Resident Evil HD," the experience is just tantamount to greatness. And with greatness comes an even wilder speculation as to which free games would fall prey under PlayStation Plus come this November.
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To top the previous offerings would be quite an expectation, but as it goes, Sony is up in wowing its fans even more. More likely, the firm will level up its free entries in November. First on the list is the indefatigable "Watch Dogs," Ubisoft's third-person shooter game has already been frequenting the list since the second quarter of this year and it would not come surprisingly if the game finally ends up on the roster.
The inclusion of "Watch Dogs" seems fairly logical as well as its successor, "Watch Dogs 2" is tipped to be unveiled during the same month. And who would not want to taste the source material before even trying the sequel? Nobody.
Trailing "Watch Dogs" is another Ubisoft masterpiece, "Rayman Legends." The fifth installment in the Rayman series has also served as the direct sequel to 2011's "Rayman Origins." The platform video game was released for Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PlayStation Vita consoles in August and September 2013.
Airtight Games' "Murdered: Soul Suspect" is already a favorited entry to be included. The adventure mystery stealth video game is played in a third-person perspective with the protagonist, detective Ronan O'Connor, in a fictionalized version of the American town, Salem, as he searches for the villainous serial murderer "The Bell Killer."
Also on the list of the speculated free games is 505 Games' "Sniper Elite III." The third-person tactical shooter stealth video game follows the exploits of Karl Fairburne, an officer from Office of Strategic Exploits set during the North African conflict in World War II.
The list is still bound to change as the month of November gets nearer.