Just three days ago we reported a leak from the “free” PlayStation Plus titles for September. Sony has now officially lifted the curtain and as it turned out, the leak was 100% in agreement with them actual games match. As always, one of the titles is exclusive to PlayStation 5 owners, while the other two also run on the PS4.

The boiling assassins on the hunt have become a reality

PS5 users can look forward to a wild kitchen party with friends because the “free” title for Sony’s hard-to-get next-gen console is Overcooked: All You Can Eat! The crazy multiplayer title includes Overcooked as well as the sequel Overcooked 2 including all associated DLCs. A three-course menu, so to speak.

Anyone who thinks that too many cooks spoil the broth can Hitman 2 Slip into the role of the solitary assassin Agent 47. The exciting mix of sandbox and stealth gameplay is definitely only for tough killers. It is just as grueling Predator: Hunting Grounds to. In asymmetrical multiplayer, it is not necessarily the stronger one who wins, but the smarter one. Teams of four have to fight the dreaded Predator and only one of the two parties can survive.

The three free titles will be available to all PlayStation Plus members from September 7th and will be available through October 4th in total. If you have downloaded the games, you can of course also play them after this period of time with an active PS Plus subscription. The subscription, which you also need if you want to play multiplayer titles online, costs around 9 euros a month. An annual subscription is around 60 euros.

Plus, if you hurry, you can do that too Line up from August cream off. That’s still available until September 6th and includes Hunter’s Arena: Legends (PS4, PS5), Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville (PS4) and Tennis World Tour 2 (PS4).

PS Plus: The games in September 2021

  • Overcooked: All You Can Eat! (PS5)
  • Hitman 2 (PS4)
  • Predator: Hunting Grounds (PS4)

Those: PlayStation Blog

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