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PlayStation Plus gets some excellent games in September

Sony reveals the three video games available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in September 2021.



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Sony reveals the three video games available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in September 2021.

September’s PlayStation Plus games are a significant improvement on last month’s lineup. Subscribers can look forward to playing two excellent games and one game that is not terrible.

The headliner is Overcooked: All You Can Eat!, the riotous family ruiner from Ghost Town Games. All You Can Eat! features all of the content from the franchise’s first two servings in one delicious package. Unfortunately, it’s only available on PlayStation 5.


PS5 and PS4 owners can enjoy September’s other two PS Plus titles. Hitman 2 needs no introduction. IO Interactive’s assassin sim is sleek, stylish, often funny, and masterfully designed. And if you like what you play, the third entry also comes recommended.

Finally, Predator Hunter Grounds lacks polish – and isn’t as fun as the recently released Aliens: Fireteam Elite – but it’s a reasonably fun 4v1 multiplayer shooter that will likely reach a wider audience by being a PS Plus freebie.

All three titles will be available to download for PlayStation Plus members from September 7, 2021.

PlayStation Plus Free Games – September 2021

PS4 and PS5

  • Hitman 2
  • Overcooked: All You Can Eat! (PS5 only)
  • Predator Hunting Grounds

August’s PS Plus Games – Hunter’s Arena: LegendsPlants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and Tennis World Tour 2 – are available to add to your game library until September 6, 2021.

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