PS Plus: Need for Speed ​​is free in September;  Deathloop comes to Extra

PS Plus: Need for Speed ​​is free in September; Deathloop comes to Extra

Need for Speed: Heat, Granblue Fantasy Versus, and Toem will be PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) games from PS Plus Necessary From September 6 to October 3. The games will also be accompanied by new titles in the catalog for subscribers PS Plus Extra and Deluxe, From 20 September. Among them are Deathloop, Watch Dogs 2, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and more. The new PS Plus is available for BRL 34.90 per month on Basic, BRL 52.90 per month on Plus and BRL 59.90 per month on Deluxe. Check out more details about the new games.

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Need for Speed ​​Heat brings the racing franchise back to its origins with police chases – Photo: Playback/PlayStation Blog

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Need for Speed: Heat (PlayStation 4)

The popular racing series from Electronic Arts goes back to its roots with Need for Speed: Heat, which brought back the best of illegal racing in Palm City. The game actually has two sides, one during the day with official racing events from the Speedhunter Showdown competition and law-defying events at night to earn street fame. However, during the night, players will also undergo classic police chases for the franchise.

Granblue Fantasy Versus (PS4)

Arc System Works studio known for its fighting titles presents a new game based on the mobile RPG Granblue Fantasy world. Fans of the series will find its many distinct characters and moves, as well as a story mode with RPG elements that features exclusive battles between bosses and enemies. As in Guilty Gear Xrd and Dragon Ball FighterZ, the 3D fighters have visuals that look like high definition 2D cartoon characters.

Granblue Fantasy: Versus brings the popular mobile RPG characters into a fighting game by Arc System Works – Image: Reproduction/Steam

In this photography game that marks the beginning of independent Swedish studio Something We Made, players will be able to explore enchanting black and white settings and interact with lovable characters while taking photos to complete missions. The goal of the game is to get to the top of a mountain to finally be able to take a picture of a mysterious phenomenon called “Toem”.

Toem is a charming indie black and white game about taking pictures – Photo: Playback / Steam

In the role of a memoryless killer named Colt, users will have to unravel the mystery behind a time loop on Blackriff Island, which can only be broken if eight targets are eliminated before the end of the day. With each new attempt in this action shooting and adventure game you can collect more weapons, skills, knowledge of your targets, study new ways and find more effective ways to kill them, but rival assassin named Juliana will try to stop you at random times today. match.

Deathloop players will have to get into a time loop and learn more about how to get out of it with each attempt – Image: Playback/PlayStation

Assassin’s Creed Origins (Playstation 4)

In ancient Egypt, fans of the Assassin’s Creed series will be able to visit the origins of the Assassin Brotherhood in the role of another Medjay named Bayek. This was the chapter that changed the format of the series thus far and introduced more RPG elements that would become a standard for the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla series. Users will be able to decorate their character with new weapons and equipment that will change their attributes to make them stronger.

Assassin’s Creed Origins brought major changes to the franchise as it explored the origins of the Brotherhood of Assassins.

The sequel to the open-world game Watch Dogs takes players to San Francisco as new protagonist Marcus Holloway. After corporate system giant Blume describes it as a potential threat, the young man teams up with hacking group DedSec to bring down the company and prevent the implementation of its invasive monitoring system, CTOS 2.0. The game also has online multiplayer support added by updates to play with your friends.

Players in Watch Dogs 2 can choose how to take on the challenges, with stealth and hacking or head-to-head combat in gunfights – Image: clone/steam

The classic Master System game gained new visuals and new gameplay for current generation consoles with the remake of Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX. This new version reimagines the original game with additional story segments and accessibility options for users who may never have finished it at the time. For more conservative fans, it is possible to switch back to the original visuals and gameplay at any time.

Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX reimagines the classic Master System with a new look and other improvements – Image: Play/Steam

PS Plus Extra in September

  • Deathloop (PS5)
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins (Playstation 4)
  • WatchDogs 2 (PS4)
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (PlayStation 4)
  • Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition (PS4)
  • Dandelion: a colorful story
  • Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Video Game 5 (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5)
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX (PS4, PS5)
  • Rabbids Invasion: The InteractiveTV Show (PS4)
  • Rayman Legends (PS4)
  • Scott Pilgrim Against the World: The Game – Complete Edition (PlayStation 4)

PS Plus Deluxe in September

With information from the PlayStation Blog (1 And the two)

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