If you are aiming for some entertaining and exciting announcements, you are at the right place as we will discuss many things that will be fun for PlayStation users. PlayStation Plus has undergone a relaunch in the UK, bringing great news for the users as many new games were added to the subscription service.
In addition to that, a brand new game Stray was added to the PlayStation Plus and that means users can do more than just play the latest games that are added to PlayStation Plus 2022. Though a lot has changed in different ways, one thing that has not changed for those who pay the subscription monthly is the addition of the latest games. Three new games are added to PlayStation Plus 2022 in September and all of them are quite big titles, making it even more for the everyday PlayStation players.
What Are The Games We Will Get For PlayStation Plus in September?
There has been a recent leak surrounding the PlayStation Plus 2022 and now that the leak has been released, PlayStation has confirmed all the freebies that users will get with PlayStation Plus in September 2022. According to the official news from PlayStation, the big titles include Need for Speed Heat, Toem, and Granblue Fantasy: Versus.
PS+ Monthly Games and Game Catalog lineup for September.
— GermanStrands (@GermanStrands) August 31, 2022
Though in the month of August, the lineup was totally different with Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1&2, and Little Nightmares making its way to the PlayStation Plus, September offers a lot more to the loyal PlayStation fans. Information about the games to the PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium is not revealed yet but looking at the previous track record, we can expect some really big titles in September as well. For PSP PS Plus Premium in the month of August, games like Echoshift, LocoRoco Midnight Carnival, and No Heroes Allowed were added to the list but we still have no information on the PSP games this month.
According to the latest news and reveals, PlayStation 4 owners will get the option of downloading Need for Speed Heat and Granblue Fantasy: Versus as soon as the games go live for Essential-level and higher subscribers on 6th September 2022. For PlayStation 5 users, Toem will be available to download and if you want to download all three games for PlayStation Plus, you will have to wait till 3rd October.
More About The PlayStation Plus September 2022 Games
Originally published in 2019 for PS4, Windows PC, and Xbox One, Need for Speed Heat has raised the bar for gaming racing enthusiasts ever since it was released. The game was developed by Ghost Games(now EA Gothenburg) and the “a crowd-pleasing open world arcade racer” experience was something gamers have seriously enjoyed every time.
Granblue Fantasy: Versus was released back in 2020 and was developed by Guilty Gear studio. This Arc System Works was based on Cygame’s top-rated free-to-play mobile game franchise and the straightforward, throwback approach was a massive improvement to the fighting game mechanics. In the game’s base roster, there are thirteen characters, one of which is unlockable but if you access it through DLC, there are a dozen other characters to choose from. It is a 1v1 fighting game that PS Plus players will definitely enjoy a lot in September, for free
Finally, Toem is a game that people have long-awaited to play for free. Developed by Something We Made, this photo adventure game appeals to all the virtual photographers out there. If you have enjoyed Pokemon Snap and Umurangi Generation, Toem has a lot to offer every second. Reviewers have said it to be, “a small adventure in an overwhelmingly interesting world.” Gamers have really enjoyed the fresh and fulfilling moments the game offers and how not a single second feels overwrought.
If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, the month of September will be fun with all these big titles and interesting games. Also, the August 2022 PlayStation Plus games are still available to download through September 6, 2022.
So, are you excited about all of the new games of 2022?
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