There is still time to make sure you don’t miss any PS4 or PS5 downloads of the upcoming PS Plus August 2022 monthy free games, know the release date
As per usual, Sony will include Little Nightmares, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, and Yakuza: Like A Dragon in the PlayStation Plus Essential Tier.
They’re all worth checking out again on PS4 and PS5 consoles, but you should also make sure that you don’t miss any free games in your library when the countdown is over.
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On Tuesday, August 2, at 3 pm BST, the second PlayStation Plus free game launch will start. This indicates that on the same day, at 7 am PT, users in North America can begin downloading games.
The PlayStation Store is typically the first location that gets renewed, thus this is based on how Sony updated it throughout 2022. The deployment is anticipated to be finished by 5 pm BST, though some members could have to wait a bit longer for the arrival of Sony consoles.
Gamers will want to make sure that their existing library is up-to-date before all of this occurs. All of the free titles you have requested will be available to you as long as you continue to pay your membership. All previous games from previous PS Plus free game releases are included here.
A fan can still claim Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, Man of Medan, and Arcadegeddon if they add the current batch of games to their collection by August 2.
All of these games are still available for free for the time being. But once the PlayStation Store refresh is finished, they will return to their regular prices.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 30, 2022
Regarding the selection for August, Sony has stated that there is no restriction on who is eligible to download free games this month. This indicates that regardless of whether you own a PS4 or PS5 console, you can download all three games.
Even though there is a last-gen version, several previous Essential Tier upgrades have featured games that were made next-gen exclusives.
In the past, this has happened with titles like Maneater. But it seems like Sony has stopped doing this in the second half of 2022.
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