Sony Interactive Entertainment has officially indicated that free games For PS4 and PS5 included with the subscription PS Plus in August 2022. They will be available from August 2nd. It is located around:
- Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Cross-Gen Deluxe Bundle (PS4 / PS5)
- Yakuza Like A Dragon (PS4 / PlayStation 5)
- Little Nightmares (PlayStation 4)
As expected by now, the games are exactly the ones indicated in the Billbil-kun leak, which for several months has been announcing which titles will be on PS Plus in one form or another.
The first free game on PS Plus in August 2022 is Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2; We’re talking about a skate simulator, which is exactly the remastered version of the original games released in 1999 and 2000. In our review we showed you that “The guys from Vicarious Vision breathe new life into another unforgettable masterpiece from the past. Tony Hawk’s Pro reminds us of Skater 1 +2 What the words challenge and fun. There is some frame rate uncertainty for some levels, but nothing tragic, and no photo mode We would gladly use it to fill our hard drives with pictures. The originals, if you want to discover a great classic for the first time If you’re simply looking for an unusual skate game, you couldn’t ask for anything better.”
Yakuza like a dragon, is the second free-to-play game on PS Plus in August 2022, and is a Japanese RPG. This is a new beginning for the Yakuza series: As a new character, Ichiban Kasuga, we are in a new city. The combat system has also changed, abandoning the old action game structure. You can read our review at this address.
The latest PS Plus game from August 2022 is Little nightmares, a horror adventure published by Bandai Namco and already having a sequel. It’s an old title, but of high quality. In the role of a small character, we will have to move within the side-scrolling stage, with sections of the platform and puzzles, which are haunted by different monsters. Here is the review.
Tell us, what do you think of the free PS Plus games in August 2022? I was satisfiedOr you were hoping for something different?
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