The PS Plus Essential November Lineup Has Leaked

Dealabs has leaked the upcoming PS Plus Essential titles, and November's lineup looks pretty decent.

Published: October 25, 2022 11:10 AM /


PS Plus Essential November Lineup screenshot of Nioh 2 showing two characters fighting each other.

Are you a PlayStation Essential member looking for something new to play? Well, Dealabs has once again leaked what the PS Plus Essential November lineup will most likely be, and it's a pretty decent list: Nioh 2Lego Harry Potter Collection, and Heavenly Bodies are all headed to the service, with Nioh 2 and Heavenly Bodies playable on PS5 as well as PS4. It's a pretty diverse lineup; Nioh 2 is a Soulslike, Lego Harry Potter Collection is Lego Harry Potter, and Heavenly Bodies is a physics title set in space. 

Nioh 2 is arguably the highlight of this collection, and for good reason: it's a genuinely fantastic game. If you're into the Soulslike genre you may have already played this game, but if you haven't then you'll have a great opportunity to play through what many believe to be one of the genre's best titles. Just don't expect to have an easy ride with it.

PS Plus Essential November screenshot showing the player facing a massive creature in Nioh 2.
It gets pretty crazy in Nioh 2.

Lego Harry Potter Collection is fairly self-explanatory. It's the two Lego Harry Potter games combined, so you can play through years 1-7. If you don't know what Lego or Harry Potter is, you live under an impressively large rock, but hey, at least you'll have this collection to help you out.

Heavenly Bodies is an interesting inclusion. It's a physics game set in spaaaace. 1970s space, to be exact, and you'll be using the arms of a 1970s cosmonaut to "push, pull and twist your way through an increasingly precarious range of physically simulated stellar scenarios." The game originally made its way to PS4 and PS5 all the way back in July 2020, so if you haven't had a chance to try it out yet and you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you're in luck, assuming the leaks are correct, of course.

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