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PlayStation Plus August: Metro Exodus, more Yakuza games, Bugsnax and more

Published: 16:42, 10 August 2022
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PS Plus Game Catalog gets twelve new games in August including three Yakuza titles
PS Plus Game Catalog gets twelve new games in August including three Yakuza titles

Sony have revealed the next batch of games that will be coming to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers on August 16, 2022. 

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tier subscribers will be happy to hear that Sony are adding another twelve titles to PlayStation Plus on August 16, 2022. 

Sony revealed the full lineup in today's blog post, confirming that more Yakuza games are coming to the service, as well as some other, critically acclaimed titles like Metro Exodus and Ghost Recon: Wildlands .

Horror fans get the excellent asymmetrical multiplayer horror title Dead By Daylight while fans of family-friendly adventures will take Bugsnax.

Here is the full list of PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for August 2022:

  • Yakuza 0
  • Yakuza Kiwami
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 
  • Dead By Daylight 
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands 
  • Bugsnax 
  • Metro Exodus 
  • Trials of Mana 
  • Everspace 
  • UNO 
  • Monopoly Madness 
  • Monopoly Plus  

4A Games picture showing wasteland Metro Exodus is an incredible game and you should play it as soon as it hits PlayStation Plus

Sony previously confirmed that they will be adding the entire Yakuza series to PlayStation Plus and with the last batch which included Yakuza: Like A Dragon, the series now has four games for PS Plus subscribers to enjoy. 

The rest of the Yakuza games will arrive later in 2022. 

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers are Sony's new rebranded subscription services that offer a huge catalogue of games for a monthly fee. 

It's the closest Sony got to offering a proper Xbox Game Pass competitor but the Japanese publisher still have a long way to go to catch up to Microsoft's service, which offers day-one releases from Xbox Game Studios and other third-party publishers.

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