Delayed But Worth the Wait: New Release Date for September 2023 PS Plus Games

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PS Plus users eagerly await Sony’s September 2023 Essentials reveal. Express reports that Sony will uncover the list of free games on August 30. Of course, those games will be playable on both PS4 and PS5 consoles. In under a week, on September 5, the awaited moment comes – titles available to download and play. Of course, there is still nothing official regarding the titles. But the fans have already begun making guesses.

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On Reddit, a lively thread predicts Hitman 3’s inclusion in the PS Plus September lineup. Apart from this, many other players and experts think that the horror platform game called Little Nightmares 2 will appear on the list. The timing is perfect, especially given the unveiling of the third series episode at Gamescom.

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“Little Nightmares II” description Mono, a boy trapped by the eerie signal of a distant tower, joins the Six on an exciting adventure. Their quest, full of challenges, reveals the mysterious secrets of the signal tower and its sinister inhabitants.

Among the fan conjectures, the possibility of Nier Automata finding its place in the September lineup is strongly posited. Alongside this, titles like Hades, Tunic, Sifu, No Man’s Sky, and Tales of Arise are frequently mentioned. Naturally, September lineup discussions center on major first-party titles: The Last of Us Part 1 and 2, Spider-Man, and Gran Turismo Sport. The persistent prediction of The Order 1886 emerges, alongside Cuphead and the remastered Dark Souls.

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Also, fans think about adding Sekiro. Armored Core 6 launched recently, causing doubts. In the buzz, people speculate on Tekken 7, but Tekken 8’s near release brings uncertainty.

While awaiting the new lineup, subscribers can access the August 2023 PS Plus Essentials: PGA Tour 2K23, Dreams, and Death’s Door. We guess most of you have already downloaded them. But if for some reason you missed, only a few days left before they will disappear from the list.

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