Free PS Plus September Games for 2021

Free PS Plus September games 2021 are scheduled to be revealed on September 1st, yet a few declarations have been made about the games included in the list.

Free PS Plus September Games 2021
Free PS Plus September Games 2021

Usually, Sony discloses the reports regarding the upcoming bunch of free PlayStation Plus games on the last Wednesday of every month. This implies that fans will get to know about the upcoming Free PS Plus September Games 2021 on Wednesday, 1st of September 2021.

However, prior to every month's reveal of free games, players start to wonder what's included in the next month's ps plus games.

And this time before the official announcement, few clarifications about the list of free PS Plus September games for 2021 have been made. 

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List of free PS Plus September games for 2021

A French site, Dealabs has revealed the upcoming games included in the PS Plus September games for 2021.

As per the site, the name of the games included in the list of PS Plus September games for 2021 are:

  • Overcooked! All You Can Eat - PS5
  • Hitman 2 - PS4
  • Predator Hunting Grounds - PS4 

PS Plus Overcooked All You Can Eat

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a tumultuous cooking game where players need to cooperate (or alone) to fill in however many dishes as they can before the clock runs out. 

PS Plus September 2021 game
PS Plus September 2021 - Overcooked! All You Can Eat

In the game, players will need to go through the land cooking an assortment of dishes in advancing and dynamic kitchens.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is an online multiplayer game that is accessible on PS4, PS5, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.

The Medium - Not included

Few rumors were going around regarding the release of The Medium as a part of free PS Plus September games for 2021. However, that has been crushed down.

TomaszGawlikowski, who is a CMO at Bloober Team, took to Twitter and clarified that The Medium will certainly get a PS5 release on 3rd September, having DualSense support, however, it definitely will not be available in PS Plus.

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The storyline of The Medium is set in Poland in 1999 in a post-Communism climate and sees players controlling Marianne, a soul medium who can go between the present reality and the soul realm.

The Medium was initially planned for Xbox 360, PS3, & Wii U, however, due to few constraints of these platforms, The Medium was released for PC and Xbox Series X/S in January 2021.

Microsoft gave the equipment muscle they were searching for with Xbox Series X/S, additionally including the PS5. The Medium is likewise set to hit Sony's most recent TV box on the 3rd of September 2021. And because of the September release, players were guessing that The Medium will join the list of free PS Plus September games for 2021.

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However, the bits of gossip regarding The Medium being part of PS Plus games have been solidly crushed by Bloober Team's TomaszGawlikowski. 

This may have come as sad news for many, yet fans should wait for Sony to officially disclose any news regarding the Free PS Plus September Games 2021.

For the time being, PlayStation Plus subscribers can download the free PS Plus games August 2021 until they wait for the next stock of free PS Plus September games for 2021. The list of free PS Plus games for August 2021 incorporates:

  • Hunter's Arena: Legends - on PS5 console and
  • Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2 - on PS4 console.

The article will be updated when more information regarding the free PS Plus September games for 2021 will be revealed.

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