Sony makes PlayStation Plus game catalog additions for September official

Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 was released on multiple platforms in 2021.

A whopping 20 new titles are expected to launch on the PlayStation Plus subscription service in September, according to a list that Sony has just released. Notably, when the games arrive on September 19, gamers that appreciate strategy, JRPGs, and oddball and distinctive gaming experiences will have a lot to look forward to.

First and foremost, this month’s highlights include Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, an improved edition of the 2010 original. 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, an intriguing story that spans thirteen stories, and Star Ocean: The Divine Force, a space opera with captivating storytelling and swift combat, go hand in hand with it.

Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2, on the other hand, is scheduled to release for players who enjoy stressful situations and high levels of adrenaline. Players are positioned deep within enemy lines and faced with difficult long-range shots to make. While Rebellion Developments’ Sniper Elite series has long set the benchmark, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 is a worthy successor. Replayable missions, an abundance of creative devices, and the sheer excitement that comes with each pull of the trigger provide an experience unlike any other.

Unpacking is a game that can help you destress yourself after a long day at work.

But keep in mind that not all new games have thrilling action or complex storylines. With its request that players arrange their belongings and settle into new residences, Unpacking gives a more laid-back vibe. Beneath its serene exterior lies a heartfelt narrative that is only revealed through gameplay that seamlessly combines simulation of home décor with block-fitting. Regretfully, not every one of September’s gifts has been well received. Contra: Rogue Corps, for example, offers a somber warning against reviving cherished properties. Even though the Contra name evokes memories, this version has received harsh criticism and is regarded by many as a mediocre twin-stick shooter.

For those who enjoy retro games, the PlayStation Plus Premium tier has an added benefit. Four new titles have been added to its collection; these are Star Ocean: First Departure R, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time, and Star Ocean: The Last Hope, three titles from the Star Ocean series. Dragon’s Crown completes the group of four. However, it’s important to remember that Sony just raised the cost of every PlayStation Plus tier.

Those who are thinking about purchasing the PlayStation Plus Premium will have to pay an extra $40 annually as of September 6. This action, of course, has drawn a lot of criticism.

STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R was recently confirmed for multiple platforms.

The sheer number of games on this list wasn’t entirely surprising. A leak had already suggested the likely lineup for PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers before the official announcement, and the reveal mostly confirmed these guesses. A significant portion of the leaked titles are available.

Although the most recent additions to the more costly PS Plus levels are excellent, some cannot help but question whether Sony is ignoring the persistent criticism.

A more costly PS Plus suggests that Sony intends to increase the number of excellent games available on the service. Not in the last few months, though. In the same month, Sony announced a price increase, a poor roster for PS Plus Essential, and a set of additions to PS Plus Extra and Premium that were merely passable. These announcements don’t bode well for Sony’s Christmas season.

Sony is attempting to create anticipation for the impending Star Ocean: The Second Story R remake, if nothing else.

Deathloop“>Deathloop‘s departure from PS Plus is a big loss.

Unfortunately, this sour sentiment is made worse by Deathloop’s departure, which, among other things, takes it from the service on September 19. With the release of this title, Xbox Game Pass is now the only subscription service that has the game available.

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