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PlayStation Plus September 2021: Overcooked: All You Can Eat & Hitman 2 Leaked Ahead of Official Announcement

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It's nearly that time again, PlayStation fans. Come September 7th, PS Plus will once again upload a selection of free games for returning subscribers, and in turn, allow them to download, exchange or even discard the latest offerings. Ahead of the official release, however, insiders have indeed already chipped in their predictions for the coming month. And, going by the track record of the French leaker — it might just ring true.

Prior to the latest leak surrounding the September games, PlayStation fans put their money on one of two potential freebies; one being Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2, and the other being Haven. However, in light of the news that stems from Dealabs, both of these predictions have actually been blown out of the water entirely. Instead, the insider claims that subscribers will be treated to Overcooked: All You Can Eat, which will launch on PS5. Following on from that, PS4 users will receive both Hitman 2 and Predator: Hunting Grounds.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat - Announcement Trailer | PS5

Okay, where's the salt?

Of course, as with any leak discovered from beneath the rubble, we do have to take everything with a major grain of salt. But then, rounding back to the track record, Dealabs has, surprisingly enough, been pretty spot on the mark in previous months when it comes to PlayStation Plus. So, take it as you will. Come next Wednesday, Sony will officially roll out the red carpet for September's free games and put our minds at ease. Until then, you can follow the updates over on the official PlayStation Plus handle.

Missed out on August? You can still download the following titles up until September 7th: Hunter's Arena: Legends, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and Tennis World Tour 2. 

Looking to renew or purchase a PlayStation Plus license? You can sign up for as little as $9.99 a month, with free games rolling out for both PS4 and PS5 every four to five weeks.

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