PlayStation Plus game news: PS5 and PS4 games ‘free’ in August 2021

Published on 24/07/2021 at 12:44, updated on 28/07/2021 at 17:40

Each month, Sony “gives away” various games to PlayStation Plus subscribers. The three games for August were reportedly announced in error by PlayStation’s North American site. On the agenda are a battle royale, plants, zombies and sports.

Updated by MalloDelic, on 28 July 2021 at 17:37:56

Sony has just officially revealed the list of PS Plus games for August. The identity of the titles revealed when the US site leaked them has been confirmed.

It’s likely a rushed upload, quickly removed, that lets us know that starting August 3, players should be able to get their hands on one PS5 game, Hunter’s Arena: Legends, and two PS4 games Plants Vs Zombies: Battle of Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2. The first title was announced on Sony’s consoles and in the PS Plus offering at the last State of Play, while the other two are available since 2019 and 2020 respectively. Obviously, we’ll have to wait for Sony’s confirmation to be sure and certain that this is the August lineup.

Hunter’s Arena: Legends (PS5)

A mix of RPG and battle royale, Hunter’s Arena: Legends will invite 30 players to battle it out on a gradually shrinking playground. Already available in early access for quite some time on PC, the title will allow players to fight each other, but also to face demons, to find treasures, all in a universe inspired by Asian mythology. Three game modes, quite classic, will be available: solo, trio, team fights. Don’t forget to pick it up if you’re interested, as the title will become a paying game in September. The whole thing looks very dynamic, but you’ll have to wait until you get your hands on it to know what it’s worth.

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Plants Vs. Zombie: The Battle of Neighborville (PS4)

A third-person shooter, the title released on October 18, 2019 is the third installment in the Garden Warfare series. As usual, plants and zombies fight a merciless war in the streets of Neighborville. This time, there is a central hub where both armies can have fun, but also three large maps.

Scripted missions, competitive matches, a developed universe, new units and various game modes allow players to vary the pleasures in a title that was rather well received at its release. Featuring 20 classes, an advantageous technique, a rather balanced economic model and a substantial content, the title is a great success.

The game has a lot to offer, but it’s not all about the gameplay. It’s a great game, but it’s not going to slow down players, who will have a totally crazy universe at their fingertips and many hours of gameplay.

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Tennis World Tour

2Following an interesting but insufficient first opus, Tennis World Tour 2 had the heavy task of taking the Big Ants Studios and Nacon license to the next level. Let’s say it right away, the progress was noticed, but we are still far from the best in terms of tennis simulation. We find Federer, Nadal, Thiem, Zverev, Medvedev, Zverev, Tsitsipas and Monfils Nishikori. Some real players are missing, but most of the Top 35 players are present.

On the women’s side, Barty, Svitolina, Andreescu, Mladenovic, Muguruza and Garcia are present, but the absences of Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Naomi Osaka are felt. A career mode is present, the gameplay is intuitive, and the additions around timing and shots make the game stand out. Unfortunately, players will have to do without the official equipment, but make do with animations that are still a bit stiff and an anecdotal service system. We are still far from facing a reference of the genre, but the progress allows us to consider the next opus with optimism.

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