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PS Plus September 2021: All Games Revealed

Published: 1/Sep/2021 16:34

by Lauren Bergin

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A new batch of free games is coming to PS Plus subscribers very soon, but what does this month have in store for avid PlayStation fans? 

PlayStation and Xbox have been in a head-to-head battle to see who can provide the best subscription service in terms of free games. While Xbox Game Pass has now merged with EA Play, PS Plus continues to move on with releasing new titles each month for players to claim.

With every passing month comes a whole new collection of titles, all of which are available to players for the cost of a PS Plus membership. So, without further ado, here’s everything we know about this month’s free games.

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Overcooked All You Can Eat
Team17
Get ready to ruin friendships this September, as Overcooked might be coming to PS Plus.

PS Plus new games (September)

As with every month, a free game will drop for PS4 users, and another for PS5. While past drops have included the likes of Plague Tale and Call of Duty Black Ops 4, the leaks have proven to be correct for September.

Players can grab Overcooked! All You Can Eat as the PS5 title, with Hitman 2 and Predator: Hunting Grounds available as the PS4 titles.

Predator Hunting Grounds
IllFonic
If rumors are correct, we may need to get to the chopper…

How to get PS Plus games for free

If you are looking to claim these games as a part of the June 2021 lineup, then you are going to need to follow some basic steps.

  1. On the home screen of your PlayStation console, head over to the PlayStation Plus symbol in the top left
  2. Once there, you will be able to download all the active games for the current month of PS Plus.
    • You will also also be able to subscribe to the service if you are not already.
  3. The new titles will now be in your Library!

PS Plus seems to be only getting better, and we’re excited to see what titles we’ll be able to sink our teeth into next!

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