Dark Arisen, which regularly costs $39.99, will be available free to PS Plus members after Sony updates the PlayStation Store tomorrow, Nov. 5.
Plus subscribers who want to pick up a free copy of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning must do so before the PS Store is updated, since it's leaving the Instant Game Collection tomorrow. And there's one week left for PS Plus members to get Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee HD, which will no longer be available free after Nov. 12.
Six other games aside from Dark Arisen will be available free as part of the PS Plus Instant Game Collection this month.
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