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Dealabs, the source of these claims, has a rather reliable track record when it comes to predicting the games that are on their way in the subscription service. In March, they correctly revealed that it would be Final Fantasy VII Remake, Remnant: From the Ashes, Maquette and Farpoint in the offerings. Then, they returned to leak May and July's selections, disclosing that it would be Battlefield V, Stranded Deep, Wreckfest and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, WWE 2K Battlegrounds and A Plague Tale: Innocence.
A slew of enviable games indeed, yet, all good things must come to an end. August's games were not welcomed with open arms by the community and so there's a lot riding on September's announcement, which is due any day now. The thinking goes that it'll be Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remastered and JETT: The Far Shore, according to two separate reports. Dealabs is saying something else, though, and it allows PS5 players a sneaky second game for their platform.
Dealabs reckons it will be Overcooked! All You Can Eat for PS5 and Hitman 2 and Predator: Hunting Grounds for the PS4. People are pretty pleased with this lot, however, a little loophole with Hitman 2 means that there are technically two PlayStation 5 titles in this possible offering.
The loophole is conditional on whether or not you own Hitman 3 for PS5, as developer IO Interactive allows players to enjoy the entire World of Assassination trilogy within the one game. Tidy. You need to go to the Hitman 3 Store and then the ability to import all of the levels and locations from Hitman 2 will be available if you own Hitman 2. If Dealabs is on the money, then the fact that you've redeemed Hitman 2 through PlayStation Plus will let you play the game at 60 frames per second on your PS5.
I've read the word "Hitman" far too many times now. Naturally, nothing has been confirmed by Sony at the moment so we can't take this leak as gospel. Still, it is a nice cluster of games to get for the coming month and I'll have my fingers crossed for Hitman 2.
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