PS Plus Extra/Premium free games announced for August
PlayStation has announced which new games will be added in August to PS Plus Tier Up, Extra and Premium subscriptions.
August’s free games for Basic Plus subscribers are already available to add to your digital libraries, while the following games will be added to the massive Extra/Premium library of August 16. Unlike Basic Plus Gifts, all of these games can be removed from the service at any time.
As previously announced, three Yakuza Games – Zero, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 (i.e. the first three) – join the library. The massively popular series sees you trying to navigate your way through the criminal underworld of Japan, while meeting all sorts of crazy characters and taking on wacky missions.
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If you’ve missed them for free on the base PS Plus in previous years, you’ll now have the option to grab Bugnax and Dead in broad daylight no additional cost.
The former is an adorable photography game with a surprisingly diverse cast of cute characters and imaginative food/insect creatures, but with dark twists, while the latter is one of Twitch’s most streamed games due to its gameplay. tense as a team, his terrifying moments and a list of recognizable favorites.
We have also Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlandsclassic RPG remake Mana Trialssurvival horror Metro Exodusand board games Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly More, Monopoly madness and One. The latter uses the PlayLink application in particular, so four players keep all their cards hidden and play a devastating Wild Draw Four when no one suspects it.
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Unfortunately, no new games are being added to the library of emulated classic PS1, PSP, or PS2 games for Premium tier subscribers this month, despite it being a heavily promoted selling point of the tier. more expensive.
With a month of nothing after last month’s announcement and then the rapid removal of dinosaur crisis and a handful of other games, there’s already a backlash from fans on social media.