After PlayStation surprised its subscribers in August with the brand new Fall Guys game, the PS Plus games for September have now been announced. This time it's either to be the last survivor or to wave your fists.
There are two games for PS Plus subscribers in September:
In Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, grab your opponents, outsmart and plunder them in order to emerge victorious from a game full of surprises and adrenaline-charged moments – winner, winner, chicken dinner.
Experience with Street Fighter V how intense individual duels can be. There are 16 cult characters to choose from, each with their own background story and unique training challenges. Then you can go online or offline against your friends, with lots of game options available to you.
From September 1st, 2020 you can jump into battle.
What is PlayStation Plus?
To be able to play online, you need a PlayStation Plus subscription for the PlayStation 4. This enables you to use the multiplayer mode of most games and provides you with cloud storage for save games and other things. In addition, you get special offers that only members receive and ultimately at least two free games per month.
Does this cost money? Yes, the service costs you 59.99 euros a year, for three months you pay 24.99 euros and for one month 8.99 euros (this may vary depending on the offer).
You can either do this directly via the PlayStation Store or at Amazon – you can choose to receive a PS Plus card or a download code.
Original article from July 28, 2020:
PS Plus: These are the August games – A FPS classic and a brand new game
In addition to the remaster of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 campaign, there is also a wacky party battle royale in the PS Plus games in August.
For PS Plus subscribers there are these two games in August:
Modern Warfare 2 should be familiar to every FPS player, the remaster of the campaign around Cpt. Price and his men is available for download to PS Plus subscribers as of today.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout won't be available until the game's actual release on August 4, 2020. In this colorful battle royale, 60 players try to overcome crazy challenges. It's messy and wild as befits a party game.
On August 4th, not only PS4 owners can throw themselves into the fray, Fall Guys will also be available on Steam.
Original article from May 28, 2020:
PS Plus: These are the June games – you can shoot a lot
Today Sony announced the PS Plus games for the month of June. After simulation games were relaxed in May, two popular shooters are now following.
As every month, Sony surprises PS Plus subscribers again with two games in June:
Call of Duty: WW2 is a first-person shooter that was released on November 3, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is the fourteenth part of the "Call of Duty" series. Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a first and third person shooter based in the "Star Wars" universe and the sixth part of the "Star Wars: Battlefront" series. What do you think of the selection in June? Something for you, or would you rather avoid it this month? Write us your opinion in the comments.
Original post from May 5, 2020 at 11:22 am:
PS Plus: Download the May Games for free today
Sony recently announced the PS Plus games for May. From today you can download the games and plunge into the world of strategy games. Whether building a large farm or creating an extensive city, the PS Plus games in May make it possible. This month subscribers receive:
Starting today, you can download both games and keep them forever. What do you think of the games on offer? A good choice?
Original contribution from April 29, 2020 at 5:30 p.m .:
PS Plus: New free games announced in May, it will be strategic
PS Plus subscribers can look forward to two free games for the PS4 in May as well. We'll tell you which games are involved.
Another month is around and that means everyone PS Plus subscribers over two more free games can look forward to. The month of May is obviously dominated by the construction simulations – one is in the country, the other in the big city:
From May 5, 2020 you can download the games for free and keep them forever. Take a look at Cities Skylines, where you can build the city of your dreams:
Original message from April 7, 2020 at 12:31 p.m .:
PS Plus: Download the April Games for free today
Also this month, PS Plus subscribers can look forward to two free titles for the PS4. You can download these two games as a subscriber starting today.
Sony surprises them every month PS Plus subscribers with new games. The ones for April are from today, April 7th, free to download for one month. Once you've downloaded it, you can use it for as long as your PS Plus subscription lasts. The two games in April are:
If your PS Plus subscription has expired or you haven't had a subscription at all, you can buy a membership on Amazon, for example. Calculated down to the month, you have the greatest savings if you take out a subscription for a year.
Original article from March 25 at 12:55 p.m .:
PS Plus: April games were accidentally leaked
Normally, the PS Plus games for April would not have been known until next week, but apparently Sony has already inadvertently revealed the upcoming games.
The PS Plus games for April 2020 are probably already known. Sony revealed this itself via a video that appeared to be inadvertently published on YouTube. The video itself is no longer available, but Twitter user Nibel managed to secure a screenshot in good time.
Accordingly, in April it is probably about:
What is PlayStation Plus?
To play online, you need a PlayStation Plus subscription for the PlayStation 4. This enables you to use the multiplayer mode of most games and provides you with cloud storage for save games and other things. In addition, you get special offers that only members receive and ultimately at least two free games per month.
Does this cost money? Yes, the service costs you 59.99 euros a year, for three months you pay 24.99 euros and for one month 8.99 euros (this may vary depending on the offer). This can be done either directly via the PlayStation Store or on Amazon – you can choose to receive a PS Plus card or a download code.
So that's it again. Now we come back to the ultimate question that always has to come up after the announcement of the games: Are you satisfied with the free games that you get through Sony's multiplayer service – or not?