Sony promised back in September that PlayStation Vita owners would be getting PlayStation Plus starting at some point in November. Today they revealed the details, including the six free games that will be offered free as part of its Instant Game Collection.

Beginning November 20th, North American Vita PlayStation Plus subscribers -- which includes people already subscribing via PS3 -- will be able to download four Vita games that have already been released: Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048, Gravity Rush and Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!. In addition, they'll be getting Jet Set Radio HD -- which means, in other news, that Jet Set Radio HD is launching on the Vita next week -- and PSP title Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions. European Plus subscribers will only be getting four games (Uncharted, Gravity Rush, Tales From Space, and Chronovolt), but they'll also be getting 20% discounts on nine other games as well.

In addition, like their PS3 counterparts, Vita Plus subscribers will have access to cloud saves and automatic updates. Pricing for Plus on the Vita will be the same as it is on the PS3 (that is, 3 months for $17.99 or one year $49.99) -- which makes sense, since buying it on one system gets you it for both.