September 2017 PlayStation Plus Free Games Includes inFamous Second Son & RIGS (Update: US List Changes)
Update: The US PlayStation Blog has updated their list of September 2017 titles, removing Monster Jam Battlegrounds, Hustle Kings, Hue, and Sky Force Anniversary and replacing them with We Are Doomed, Hatoful Boyfriend, Truck Racer, and Handball 2016.
“An earlier version of this post featured an incorrect version of the September lineup,” they wrote. “We have updated the list below with the final lineup for September.”
You can see the new list below.
In the comments section of the PS Blog post, Sony’s James Hallahan said, “Check in next month, we have some more great stuff coming.”
Original Story: Sony has announced that the PlayStation Plus free games for September 2017 will include inFamous Second Son for PlayStation 4, RIGS Mechanized Combat League for PlayStation VR (as a special bonus game), and more. As you’ll see below though, the lists between North America and Europe are different.
Here’s the games both leaving and entering the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection next week on September 5 in North America and September 6 in Europe:
Leaving the Instant Game Collection
- Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry (PS4)
- Just Cause 3 (PS4)
- Super Motherload (PS4, PS3)
- Downwell (PS4, PS Vita)
- Snakeball (PS3)
- Level 22 (PS Vita)
Entering the Instant Game Collection in North America
- inFamous Second Son (PS4)
- Strike Vector Ex (PS4)
- Hatoful Boyfriend (PS4, PS Vita)
- We Are Doomed (PS4, PS Vita)
- RIGS Mechanized Combat League (PSVR)
- Truck Racer (PS3)
- Handball 2016 (PS3)
Entering the Instant Game Collection in Europe
If you haven’t grabbed it yet, don’t forget that That’s You!, the first PlayLink Initiative title, will remain in the PS+ IGC until October 23.
In North America, the latest round of PlayStation Plus Specials is live, letting you save on games like DiRT 4, Lock’s Quest, Yooka-Laylee, NBA Playgrounds, Nex Machina, and more.
In Europe, the price of a PlayStation Plus membership will go up first thing tomorrow morning from £39.99 to £49.99 per year, £14.99 to £19.99 per quarter, and £5.99 to £6.99 per month.
What do you think of the September 2017 PS+ lineup? Which game will you be playing first? Do you think Sony accidentally listed the October titles in their blog post today?
[Source: PlayStation Blog (1), (2)]