PlayStation Plus: What Can We Start The Autumn With?

We are through the hardships of the summer, dropping right into the autumn period of the year, but there is no month without new PlayStation Plus games; otherwise, the people who spend a lot of cash to have online multiplayer on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 would be overcharged.


Sony can barely keep its secret when it comes to the next month’s PlayStation Plus games. Or, in this case, this month’s, as the first Tuesday of the month falls on the 7th, meaning the Wednesday before it is on the first of the new month, which has happened once before in 2021. But let’s go through what the PlayStation Plus rumours were in recent weeks.

First, Bloober Team said that The Medium’s upcoming PlayStation 5 port would not be available in PlayStation Plus. Then, we heard the PlayStation 4 owners would receive Haven and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 (The Medium on PS5 was also part of the rumour, but it got debunked). Then, we got another list with three games…

A few days ago, we wrote that the September PlayStation Plus games could include Overcooked!: All You Can Eat on PlayStation 5 and Hitman II and Predator: Hunting Grounds on PlayStation 4, but the source of this rumour is not that credible or reliable with a well-known history. But are these the games, or did Sony swap them out in the last second?

The answer is: yes. Overcooked: All You Can Eat (PlayStation 5), Hitman II (PlayStation 4), Predator: Hunting Grounds (PlayStation 4). A party game on the new Sony console, a multiplayer-focused one on the old one… but at least Agent 47’s adventures can provide some entertainment for many players.

Until Monday, you can get Hunter’s Arena: Legends (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Plants vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville (PlayStation 4), and Tennis World Tour 2 (PlayStation 4). These are the August games.

Source: PS Blog

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