PlayStation Plus Free Games For August 2022 Announced – Get Full Details Here

PlayStation Plus Free Games For August

PlayStation Plus has revealed the free games that subscribers can play in August. The gaming giant has recently updated its service to provide three levels and these games are included in the Essential level. The games to be added into higher tiers will be announced by around the mid month.

The top of the line in this particular month’s release is Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 which has been a hugely well-received revamps of the popular skateboarding games of the early 2000s. New features include modern graphics, moves from older games online, and a fresh, varied lineup of skaters.

The PS4 versions as well as PS5 versions are listed in this list, and if you have played the game on previous generations you can move your save data to the current version (and yes, that’s including autopoptrophies! ).

Incredibly, following Crash Bandicoot 4 as a July freebie This is the second time in a row PS Plus has included an Activision game, in spite of Microsoft purchasing the publisher.

Yakuza Like the Dragon is the latest freebie, available on PS4 as well as PS5 (but not cross-saves and auto-trophies). It’s a classic turn-based JRPG version of the Yakuza franchise. It’s mostly about taking down criminals in Japan However, it’s mostly about the karaoke-themed minigames.

The series has grown into one of SEGA’s most popular and most well-loved games in the past decade. If you’re thinking of jumping on the bandwagon, Sony has announced that the entire main series will be available on PS Plus Extra and Premium this year: Yakuza 0, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 will launch in August, with the 3 4/5 and 6 scheduled to release in the coming months.

We finally have Little Nightmares on PS4. A puzzle-platformer that is brimming with creepy atmosphere. If you’re afraid the game doesn’t take too long. If you’re looking for more, a sequel launched this year.

You can add all of these games into your PS Plus account beginning the 2nd of August, Tuesday, and you can play them the duration of your subscription to PS Plus at any tier. If you cancel your subscription and resubscribe in the future, you’ll get access.

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