PS Plus Essential Games For August 2022 Revealed: Free PS5 And PS4 Games

The free PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 games are coming, according to Sony’s PlayStation Plus program for the upcoming month. These games will all be included in the PlayStation Plus Essential, Extra, and Premium lineups (although the Extra and Premium are getting even more).

Yakuza: Like A Dragon (PS4, PS5)

Yakuza: Like a Dragon, an action role-playing game by SEGA, will be no cost for PS5 and PS4. The first mainline Yakuza franchise turn-based RPG game was released in 2020. You assume the role of Ichiban Kasuga in the game. This low-ranking yakuza family grunt has recently returned to society after serving an 18-year sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. Discover the truth about your family’s betrayal by exploring and combating your way through a contemporary Japanese city.

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Bundle: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 Cross-Gen (PS4, PS5)

Perhaps two of the best skateboarding video games are the first two Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games. I spent endless hours grinding rails and pulling aerial tricks across numerous levels as a child in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Music from these games, which will not be forgotten, became a permanent part of my playlist.

PS Plus Essential games for August 2022 revealed
PS Plus Essential games for August 2022 revealed

Then, in 2020, Vicarious Visions remastered them for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, which is now available. These two classic games have been rebuilt from the ground up in HD for this project. A “excellent starting point for newbies and a welcome return to the golden days of skateboarding for veterans of the game,” as we put it in our review of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2,

Little Horrors (PS4)

Little Nightmares, a gloomy and quirky puzzle-platform adventure, is the third and final free game for all three levels of PlayStation Plus in August. It promises to “confront you with your childhood anxieties.”

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Although Little Nightmares was first released in 2017, we recently had the opportunity to experience its stunning follow-up. This is a good way to start out for nothing if you’re interested in whimsical horror games and work your way up to Little Nightmares 2.

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