PlayStation has officially announced the upcoming trio of free games for PS Plus Essential subscribers. PlayStation Plus games include August Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, and Little Nightmares. This is without a doubt one of the best PS Plus combos of the year. Additionally, PS5 owners will be able to play the enhanced versions of THPS and Yakuza. All three games will be free for PS5 and PS4 subscribers starting August 2.
Free PlayStation Plus Games August 2022
Available from August 2
- Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Cross-Gen Deluxe Bundle (PS5 and PS4)
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS5 and PS4)
- Little Nightmares (PlayStation 4)
released in 2020, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 It received positive reviews from critics and was the last game from developer Vicarious Visions before being absorbed into Blizzard. A remake of the first of the two classic Tony Hawk Pro Skater games, the group used the DNA of those titles to craft a new skating experience that looked great and played even better with a few clever tweaks to the formula. If you’re old school to the bone, you can also switch the gameplay back to its original format and see how much muscle memory you’ve held over the decades.
Yakuza: Like a dragon It was a huge departure from the franchise, starring an all-new hero and flipping the action from street fighting to RPG-inspired turn-based combat. Even with these big changes, the basic Yakuza formula for a sprawling episodic story, a huge sandbox to explore, and a well-developed crew has remained.
As for the Little nightmaresThis 2017 game has received positive reviews for its spooky atmosphere, fantasy style, and tense gameplay. Matt Espinelli wrote at GameSpot’s Little Nightmares Review.
All three levels of PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to claim these games. If you are looking for something extra to play with, you can check out our features at The best PS4 and PS5 games in the library to download a file The best classic games to play, and Best PS3 Games for Streaming.
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