Update: The August PlayStation Plus line-up has been revealed by Sony, after the list of games coming was posted a bit earlier than originally planned.
Last week, Sony accidentally posted what’s coming to PlayStation Plus in August a bit too early. Now, the company has revealed the games officially, and not much has changed.
Games included in the line-up are Hunter’s Arena: Legends, Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and Tennis World Tour 2.
Already out on PC, Hunter’s Arena: Legends is a 30-player battle royale game, and it was previously announced as a day-one release on PlayStation Plus for August, for both PS4 and PS5. When the list was originally leaked, Sony mistakenly left out the PS4 version on the list. leading some to belives the release plan had changed. That is not the case after all though, as the game will be available for both consoles.
PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, also coming to the service, and it finds Neighborville invaded by, well, Zombies.
The game is made up of various regions such as free-roam areas and social hubs like Dave Manor, where you can connect with other players and customize your preferred playable plants or zombies with outfits. There’s also the Thunderdome region which is a battle arena.
New teamplay classes are also introduced with the game, allowing you and your friends to play as a single unit. The game also includes a co-op split-screen. The game was originally released in October 2019 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
And then, there’s Tennis World Tour 2 on the docket. Here, you play as the world’s top players, strive to master each surface, perfect your game, and do your best to dominate the world circuit. You can choose from multiple game modes, with singles and doubles games, local and online. There’s also a Career mode where you can manage a season, staff, equipment, and sponsors.
The games will be made available on August 3, which means you have until then to play July’s offerings: A Plague Tale: Innocence, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and WWE 2K Battlegrounds.
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