If you’re planning on skipping PS Plus during September 2021, you’ll be missing out on the next set of free PS4 and PS5 games.
Sony hasn’t shared what it has planned, or how many games will be made available on PlayStation consoles.
This will be shared by the team next week and will include at least two PS4 games which will be available to download for the rest of the month.
These new titles are expected to be shared by Sony at 4.30pm UK time on Wednesday, September 1.
There has been no early official news shared on what games could be included but recent reports suggest that they have already.
Based on the latest information, the September 2021 lineup features Overcooked! All You Can Eat for the PS5, Hitman 2 for the PS4 and Predator: Hunting Grounds also for the PS4.
If this ends up being the case, it will mark another extremely strong line-up for PS Plus in 2021, depending on your gaming preference.
The new leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt until we hear more from Sony, but even if they don’t fit your niche, there are other options.
For those who aren’t planning on signing up for PS Plus in September, you can always jump into two new Alpha and Beta tests over the coming weeks.
The Call of Duty Vanguard Alpha just kicked off and is focused on a new mode called Champion Hill.
Champion Hill works like this – Everyone gets a quick explanation of the mode, receives $500 of in-game Cash, and is placed at the Buy Station Area.
Over the next minute, players use the cash to upgrade their weapons (right on D-Pad) or purchase new weapons and equipment or add Perks (permanent for the game) and Streaks (only last one round) to their Loadout.
When the fight begins, squads will battle against each other on one of four maps. The squad that wins the round gets a $1,000 Cash bonus awarded to each member. Ties result in no money awarded. Eliminating a squad from the game by reducing their life count to zero awards additional Cash and that squad’s weaponry, dropped at their point of elimination.
The new Vanguard Alpha will be followed by further testing in September and the best part is that no PS Plus membership is required to join in.
With the Alpha finishing on August 29, the next round of beta action will be held over two weekends: from Friday September 10 to Monday, September 13, and Thursday, September 16 to Monday, September 20.
The first weekend – September 10 to September 13 – will be for PlayStation owners who have pre-ordered the game.
However, the second weekend will be considered an Open Beta in its entirety for PlayStation owners, before it becomes an Open Beta for all platforms from Saturday, September 18 to Monday, September 20 at 10 AM PT.