Playstation Plus Free Games Prediction For September 2016: Knack And More

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With only a few days left before September finally comes, gamers are now brimming with anticipation for the next month?s Playstation Plus free games. PS Plus subscribers are on the edge of their seats as they count the days to September.

It would seem that Sony has a lot to make up for on their next free games offering. After last month?s fiasco, subscribers began to cry foul about the lack of contents, especially AAA games, in their line up. Last month?s offerings left players feeling a bit dejected as they were given Retro/Grade games.

Although Sony has apologised for that in the official PS Plus blog, some users are still wary that they will not be seeing more AAA games in the next line up. Especially now that effective Sept. 22, Sony will be implementing a price hike for US and Canada PS Plus subscription fees.

Nonetheless, this doom-and-gloom does not stop gamers from talking about what could be in the next free games line up.

For now, Watchdogs is still making waves. A lot of gamers really think that September is the best time for Ubisoft and Sony to offer the game for free. This is due to the fact that they are planning to release a sequel for the game in the next couple of months.

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Another name that is making its way to the top of the list is Killzone: Shadow Fall. This game takes place 30 years after the events of Killzone 3. The main focus of the game is about the impending war between two rival factions – the Vektans and the Helghasts. These two colonists have existed peacefully for decades but are now in the brink of a major war.

Also for PS4, some gamers are hoping to see the remake of the PSOne classic title, Knack. Knack is an old-school platformer about an unlikely hero who was thrust into the centre of a war between humans and monsters.

For the PS Vita, titles such as Axiom Verge and Batman 3: Beyond Gotham are still popular. Along with Driver: San Francisco for PS3.

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Also Read: Playstation Plus Europe To Stick With Same Membership Price

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