PlayStation Plus subscriptions are on sale ahead of the November 2019 free games reveal.

Unless Sony announces a last minute State of Play for the month of October, the November 2019 free PS4 games will be revealed on October 30.

The next batch of free PS4 games will be available to download for PS Plus subscribers the following week.

If you want to take advantage of the November 2019 free PS4 games and also download the excellent offerings available for October, then CD Keys has a deal that can’t be missed.

PS4 fans can currently grab a 12 month PlayStation Plus subscription for just £39.79.

This represents a 20% discount on the regular £49.99 asking price. While this is a UK deal, similar offers are available in other regions.

After purchasing the annual subscription, CDKeys will send you a confirmation email with a download link.

After verifying your phone number, you will be sent a pin, which can then be used to access your code.

The current batch of PS Plus free PS4 games are among the best Sony has ever offered.

Announced during the last Sony State of Play presentation, this includes The Last of Us Remastered and MLB The Show ’19.

With a Metacritic score of 86%, MLB The Show ’19 features baseball legends both past and present. It’s even got an RPG-style mode, not to mention all the usual single-player and online modes.

“Take part in the ultimate baseball duel: the battle between hitter and pitcher,” reads the official description.

“Get in a quick game, explore a full RPG-style experience or take on the world in online competition – playing as MLB legends past and present.

“Discover the best of baseball. Welcome to The Show.”

Despite being one of the best sporting simulations in memory, it pales in comparison to Sony’s other PS Plus game for October.

With a Metacritic score of 95%, The Last of US Remastered is easily one of the highest rated games to ever appear on PS Plus.

“In a hostile, post-pandemic world, Joel and Ellie, brought together by desperate circumstances, must rely on each other to survive a brutal journey across what remains of the USA,” reads the official description.

The remastered version of what was originally a PS3 game features beautiful 1080p HD visuals, as well as new multiplayer maps and a single-player prequel starring Ellie.

It also comes with a behind-the-scenes in-game commentary from the cast and creative director.

It’s also the perfect way to prepare for the upcoming sequel, which has a February 21 release date in 2020.