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Free Games on PlayStation Plus in August



PlayStation Plus is Sony’s monthly subscription service that provides its users free access to a number of PS4 and PS5 videogames. For $4.99, you will get a mix of blockbusters and great indies that would otherwise be easy to miss. The following titles will be available from August 3rd to September 6th.

Hunter’s Arena: Legends

Hunter’s Arena is about to make its debut appearance on PlayStation 5, so Sony used this opportunity to make it available for free on both consoles. This is a tense PvP/PvE Battle Royale title set in ancient Asia. In it, you will take the role of one of 17 deadly Hunters who will fight each other, and the Demons that wreak havoc on your world. Hunter’s Arena has a fast-paced martial arts style combat based on flashy aerial combos and smart use of counterattacks. Can you be the last one standing?

Platform: PS4, PS5

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

With Battle for Neighborville, the conflict between the undead and flora has reached new heights. It’s time to squad up with some friends and explore Neighborville, along with its surrounding nature. The game lets you choose between 20 classes and you can fully customize each character to suit your liking. There are also 6 PvP modes where you can experience a massive suburban war with 24 other players.

Platform: PS4

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville art

Battle for Neighborville is one of the wackiest entries in the series Steam

Tennis World Tour 2

Lastly, we have a simulator where you’ll be able to play as one of the world’s best tennis players. Tennis World Tour 2 lets you compete both online and local, with numerous modes to choose from, such as a Career or Ranked mode. It’s dynamic, challenging, and filled with features that can occupy you for hours.

Platform: PS4

PlayStation Plus: Tennis World Tour 2

And now for that perfect serve … Steam

There are still a few days left to catch this month’s free games on PlayStation Plus. You can find them here.

When he is not climbing ranks in League of Legends or battling the Nameless King in Dark Souls 3, Marko writes about everything gaming related. He lives in Zagreb and is an ambitious Netflix addict.