According to a leak on its own website, Sony has published the three games that will arrive to PS Plus subscribers for free in August 2021. Check out the list of free games coming to PlayStation Plus in August 2021 below.
PS Plus August 2021 free games finally leaked
Sony has published a few minutes ago the games that will be available for free to subscribers of the PS Plus service in the month of August 2021, titles that can be downloaded on your PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles, being available as long as they have an active subscription.
As of August 3, the games that PS Plus users will be able to enjoy will be the following:
- Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville for PS4.
- Tennis World Tour 2 for PS4.
- Hunter’s Arena: Legends for PS5.
Hunter’s Arena: Legends
The most important title of the three coming to PlayStation consoles (if only for the present) is Hunter’s Arena: Legends, a new battle royale that will be released on August 3 after having previously passed through the Steam early access platform. The game can be tried for free on PS5 from August 3 to September 6 and will propose battles that will remind us of Asian martial arts movies seasoned with magic and other interesting mechanics for a game of this genre.
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
In the second list we have Plants vs. Zombies: The Battle for Neighborville, a complete, fun, and much deeper shooter than it might seem from its appearance that offers us a very complete game that does many things well, all seasoned with the classic humor of the saga.
Tennis World Tour 2
In last place we have Tennis World Tour 2, the tennis simulator from Big Ant Studios and Nacon that came out at half throttle, improving on the first installment but still falling far behind the best tennis titles we have had in video game history. After its launch, its creators have been updating and improving it to correct its errors and its arrival as a title to be able to play for free in August is an opportunity for tennis lovers to see their progress during the last year.