PlayStation Plus: here are the "free" games for August

PlayStation Plus: here are the "free" games for August

As with every month, PlayStation Plus subscribers will enjoy a new selection of video games offered for free.

PlayStation Plus August

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Sony has just confirmed the information shared through a leak since yesterday and thus cites the three titles that will be offered.

Players will thus be able to get their hands on:

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Go from underdog to dragon in this action RPG. Ichiban Kasuga, a small-time enforcer for a small Tokyo yakuza family, returns to society after serving an 18-year sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. Discover what lies behind his family’s betrayal as you explore, but also fight, to make your way in a contemporary Japanese city.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2

Dive into the most iconic skateboarding games ever created. Play Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 with an outstanding collection rebuilt from scratch in breathtaking HD. All the pro skaters, levels and tricks are back, fully remastered, and more. Play to the beat of era-defining tracks and new titles, perform insane tricks or run through all the original game modes not to mention local 2-player modes!

Little Nightmares

Dive into the dark and peculiar tale of Little Nightmares and face the terrors of your childhood! Help Six escape from the Den, a mysterious vessel populated by corrupted souls in search of their next meal. On your journey, you’ll discover the most disturbing dollhouse of all: a prison and a vast playground. You’ll need to find your inner child to let your imagination run wild and find a way out!

The titles will be available from August 2 through September 6 for PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members. Premium and Extra members will also be able to enjoy the full Yakuza saga later this month.

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