November’s line-up of games on PS Now has been announced by PlayStation. The latest games the service has to offer include Avalanche Studio’s first-person shooter, Rage 2, NetherRealm’s 2017 sequel, Injustice 2, and F1 2020 from Codemasters.

F1 2020 offers racing fans something quite unique: the exclusive MyTeam mode. As the name suggests, players have the freedom to put together their own racing team to take to the tracks and race for glory. That’s everything from a driver, a teammate, an engine supplier, and more. The game further benefits from a style of split-screen racing for those looking to settle racing rivalries with friends and the wider online world.

Fighting game Injustice 2 is a world away from the race tracks, offering 28 playable superheroes for players to choose from. These include Batman, Superman, The Flash, Hellboy, and Wonder Woman, not to mention the range of villainy available, such as Bane, Gorilla Grodd, The Joker, and Scarecrow. With a gear system, players can, according to the PlayStation Blog post, “fashion the look and fight strategy of your chosen heroes, powering them up with character-specific equipment.”

Then we move onto one of my favorite developers on the scene right now, Avalanche Studios, and their efforts with Rage 2. From vehicular combat, a vibrant, epic open world, and the chance to incite “super-powered first-person mayhem” (their words, not mine), Rage 2 is an absolute riot of a game. While Avalanche Studios are perhaps best known for the Just Cause franchise, fans of Rico Rodriguez antics can’t go wrong with this sequel.

Then we have indie title, My Time At Portia. From Chinese studio Pathea Games and Team17, My Time At Portia was released in 2019 across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and the Nintendo Switch. Lastly, the blogpost also reveals Warhammer: Vermintide 2 and Kingdom Come: Deliverance will also be added, although the latter will leave PS Now May 3, 2021.

All of these games will be available to play on PS Now from November 3.