Ahead of the announcement of the?PlayStation Plus free games for September 2016, it has been confirmed that DOGOS is not coming to the PS Plus library. The game will not be released for free to subscribers, the game developer confirmed. Some media outfits wrote that DOGOS might be included in Sony’s PlayStation Plus free games next month as the game will come out on September 6. This caused the developer of the game to issue a statement.
There are many games that Sony hasn?t given away in the PS Plus lineup yet and Sony usually includes upcoming indie games in its PS Plus library. Sony introduces new free games to subscribers on the first tuesday of the month, which is also the date when DOGOS will be available. This led to the speculation about the inclusion of the upcoming title DOGOS to the lineup. ?However, the game?s developer, OPQAM, told PSU that it will not bring the game for free. Although the game is from an indie developer and is coming at a time that Sony brings PS Plus free games, it will be a paid title.
As far as the Sony PlayStation Plus free games for September are concerned, Sony has not officially announced the lineup yet. Several titles have been rumored, but the company is still silent and has not revealed anything as of this writing.
What To Expect Next Month
Sony usually announces the PlayStation Plus free games at the end of every month. There will be two games for each of the consoles including PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. Some of the many?rumored games include Watch Dogs, South Park: The Stick of Truth, ?and LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham.
Recently, Sony announced that it is raising the PS Plus subscription price?for those in the US. The company confirmed that a 12-month subscription to?PS Plus will now cost $10 more. Since then, fans have been expecting the company to include more?AAA games in the lineup. As DOGOS is coming in September, fans were expecting that it will be available for free.
Now that the developer has confirmed that the PlayStation Plus free?free games for September 2016 won?t include DOGOS, fans now have one less game to expect in the free games library.?