Good morning, good afternoon, good evening: delete as applicable. The GAMINGbible team are just whizzing by to remind you that if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, there are three games that are available to download for free for August.
PlayStation Plus subscribers have not done too badly out of 2021's offerings for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Maneater, GreedFall and Shadow Of The Tomb Raider got the ball rolling and honestly, what better way to process the events of last year than playing as a megalodon chewing through the food chain faster than the vaccine through the virus. Then, Control Ultimate Edition, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Days Gone, Battlefield 5, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, A Plague Tale: Innocence and so on landed onto the service, and by the end of April, subscribers had enjoyed a cracking $600 worth of games for the low, low price of £7 a month.
Check out our bread and butter picks for the PlayStation 4 right here. Did we miss any absolute corkers out?
A PlayStation Plus subscription also gives access to online multiplayer which means it's a must-have for Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto Online, Madden 21 and more. There's also the Share Play feature that lets you play multiplayer and co-op games with a friend or enables them to play a single-player title even if they don't have the game. Ergo, if you're yet to hop on this bandwagon, there are a number of benefits.
I can count three for you right now. August's PS Plus games are Hunter's Arena: Legends, Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2. These will be available to download at no extra cost to the subscriber until September 6th, so there's no reason to rush over to your console and snag them before they disappear. However, it is August. It is literally August. Where did the time go?
So, the sooner the better is all I'm saying. Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is the third entry to the wacky series. There are a whopping 23 customisable classes for players to get to grips with, of which nine of them are new to Battle for Neighborville, and there's the inspired Team Play class that allows players of the same class to combine forms. Offering couch co-op and online multiplayer, this is bound to be a hit amongst gamers of all stripes.
Hunter's Arena: Legends is a majestic battle royale that takes a few pages from RPG and MOBAs to create a blend of gameplay experiences. With 30 player matches boasting PvP and PvE opportunities, give this game a whirl if you're a fan of Final Fantasy or For Honor. Lastly, Tennis World Tour 2 builds upon the original with a challenging skill curve and realistic animations. This isn't your grandmother's Wii Sports Resort, no.
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