PlayStation Plus games for September 2022 revealed—all of ’em

Sony has announced the full batch of games that will be newly available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in September. Yep, this month the company opted to reveal the old-style PS Plus games—yours to keep with a valid subscription on any tier—alongside the new additions to the catalog for Extra and Premium members.

In the Essential tier, subscribers will have access to three new games. First up is Need for Speed Heat, a 2019 open-world racing game, on PlayStation 4. Next is the fighting game Granblue Fantasy: Versus, a 2020 fighting game spin-off from Arc System Works, also on PS4. Finally, on PlayStation 5, is Toem, a 2021 “hand-drawn adventure game” with an emphasis on photography.

All three monthly games will be yours to claim from September 6th through October 3rd. Keep in mind, too, that you’ve also still got a few days to nab the August batch.

This month’s catalog additions include some fairly heavy hitters—but you’re in for a bit of a wait. These titles won’t join the service until September 20th.

First up, on PS5, is Deathloop from Arkane Studios, a truly great shooter centered around a mysterious time loop. Two new catalog games have native versions on both PS5 and PS4: Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX and Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 5. On PlayStation 4 (or PS5 through backward compatibility), Extra and Premium tier subscribers will have access to Watch Dogs 2, Assassin’s Creed Origins, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition, Rayman Legends, Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show, Chicory: A Colorful Tale, Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition, and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

Finally, rounding out the selection this month is a new batch of “Classics” titles, only available to Premium-tier members. These are also arriving on September 20th. On that front you can expect the PS1 stealth game Syphon Filter 2, the PS3 games Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, The Sly Collection, and Bentley’s Hackpack, and the PSP titles Toy Story 3 and Kingdom of Paradise.

Whew. That’s a lot of games. Now we understand why Sony had been splitting up the announcements.

For more details on all of this month’s titles, check out the official announcement on the PS Blog.

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