The end of August is near, which means a new month ahead for PlayStation Plus members to get access to free games as part of their membership. The free PS Plus September 2020 lineup offers two very different gaming experiences, which is a solid deal for gamers when looking to try something new without paying full price. For the month ahead, here is a look at the free PS Plus games for September 2020.
Free PS Plus Games for September Revealed
The free PS Plus games for September includes the battle royale game that started all of the hype, PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds, and Street Fighter V. The playerbase for PUBG has dwindled significantly with all of the competition, especially with Fall Guys being the latest (and adorable) contender to take the throne. It will be interesting to see how this game going free for the month impresses upon the concurrent player account, or if the community has seemed to move on for good.
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Street Fighter V is also available, the latest in the Street Fighter series and one that was received well by fans around the world.
It’s important to note that while these are free games, they are only free for active PS Plus members on the PlayStation 4. They are yours to keep as long as the membership stays active, otherwise, the titles revert back to a purchasable-only option.
PlayStation fans can pay monthly for a subscription if they are simply looking to try out a game for free, or they can purchase 3-month and 12-month options with the ability to add re-occurring payment options. Access to the PS Plus membership also allows for unlimited online play as well as special discounts on games both new and old, which is great especially with the new generation looming ahead with the PS5.
This game will be available, for free, on July 28th.
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What do you think about the PS Plus September 2020 lineup and the months leading up to this? Sound off with your thoughts over on Twitter @PrimaGames, we’d love to hear what you think and what your predictions for October will be!