One of the biggest perks of having a PlayStation Plus membership is the free games you get every month. The free PlayStation Plus games offered this month include three major titles, all available on either the PS4 or PS5. Check out the list of games below, with downloads available starting September 7. Enjoy the price of free until October 4, 2021.
Overcooked: All You Can Eat! is a collection of the two highly popular Overcooked titles. Overcooked!, Overcooked! 2, and all additional content to both games are put together and remastered for definitive edition fans of the series should be excited to dive into. For those unaware, the Overcooked! series sees players frantically trying to finish dishes while keeping an increasingly chaotic kitchen clean, avoiding obstacles, and more.
Predator: Hunting Grounds pits players into the jungles of the iconic film franchise, with your role either to hunt down the infamous Predator or take down soldiers when you become him. Featuring a ton of nods to the original film series, including the deadly alien weaponry the Predator is known for, you’ll be able to level up various classes as you go through different multiplayer games in the ultimate battle.
Hitman 2 is the second in IO Interactive’s trendy revival of the iconic Hitman series. In this story, you’ll continue playing as Agent 47 as you aim to eliminate the elusive Shadow Client, while Agent 47 also begins to learn more about his past with each person he takes down.
Exclusives are free bonus content available on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Plus subscribers. It’s usually a character or weapon skin, but sometimes you might catch a deal for exclusive content like bonus weapons, in-game currency, or perks! Every month we’ll update this section with the best PlayStation Plus exclusives so you never miss any of the good stuff.
With Rocket League soon becoming free-to-play, now is the best time for players to pick up this Rocket League pack free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. The pack includes four unique customization items, including new wheels, smoke boost, trail, and a new banner for your car.
Outside of free games and exclusive content, PlayStation Plus accounts also come with discounts on select games. Each month, we’ll let you know the best deals for PlayStation Plus accounts by comparing prices, deals, and content.
Call of Duty’s Warzone game mode is all the rage lately, and PlayStation Plus subscribers can grab some free bonus items to take into battle. The latest Combat Pack for Warzone includes an Epic Operator Skin for Sebastian Vargas, an Epic SMG Blueprint, an Epic Wrist Accessory, a Rare Sticker, a Legendary Calling Card, and a 60-minute Double XP Token.
September brings with it another month of variety for PlayStation Plus subscribers, as a handful of big titles arrive to the service for free. First, Overcooked: All You Can Eat! is an incredibly fun title packed with essentially two games. For fans of cooking titles, this is a must-have, and for those who have never played the series, it’s a great introduction to the series and fun for anyone.
Elsewhere in this month’s lineup, Predator: Hunting Grounds may not have been the most popular when it launched, but getting it as part of your PlayStation Plus Collection is a solid way to dive into the game. At the very least, you’ll be able to get some fun games in as the Predator. Finally, Hitman 2 is a fantastic game and one that is a must-play if you’re a fan of the series.
All in all, these games still represent a ton of different genres for fans to check out for no extra cost, which is what PlayStation Plus is all about. So let us know which game you’ve loved and which one you’re excited about this month! Shoot us a Tweet over at @AndroidCentral and tell us all about it!
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