Every month Sony gives its PlayStation Plus subscribers a gift as a thank you for their loyalty. The manufacturer offers the possibility to download games for free. Those for August 2021 have just fallen. But rest assured, you haven’t been injured.
See also: PS Store: Here is the Super Promo Summer 2021, hundreds of offers on PS4 and PS5
Didn’t it take you long to find your way around A Plague Tale: Innocence, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and WWE 2K Battlegrounds? Well done, you are a real monster. But do you want to know what awaits you in a few days, what concerns you? We were sure of it.
While it’s not uncommon for PlayStation Plus games from a particular month to leak before their official announcement, the August 2021 title leak isn’t really a card – it came from the official US PlayStation website. The latter actually already reveals the list of games subscribers can discover next month at no additional cost. Screenshots of this “leak” are available in our gallery below.
These are once again three games that Sony Interactive Entertainment plans to “offer” to its PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of August. And just to let you know how lucky you are, the Japanese manufacturer insists that these are two games with “Bonus PS5 Game” added to them. At least that’s how Sony presents the thing on the official American PlayStation website
Here are the games to pick up for free starting Tuesday, August 3rd:
- Hunter’s Arena: Legends (PS5 only)
It’s about hand-to-hand combat in both one-on-one and battle royale modes. Sony states here that this is only the PS5 version of the game. Promotion does not apply to Hunter’s Arena: Legends on PS4.
Third person shooter in which players can play as plants or zombies. We’re talking about 23 classes and all of a variety of game types, both competitive and cooperative.
As the name suggests, Tennis World Tour 2 is a … tennis game. This title allows you to embody famous professionals of the discipline or create your own athlete. Both online and local multiplayer modes are offered, and a career mode also offers the opportunity to live the life of a professional on the racetrack.
Since the information is from the official PlayStation website, it couldn’t be more official. The traditional announcement via posts in social networks and the PlayStation blog should therefore not be delayed.
The PlayStation Plus subscription costs 8.99 dollars for 1 month, 24.99 dollars for a quarter and 59.99 dollars for one year.
What inspires you this August selection? Are you planning to play at least one of these titles? If yes, which)? Tell us all about it in the comments below.