September 2021’s PS Plus games seem to have been leaked online through a French website – Dealabs– which has previously been correct with leaks of PlayStation Plus games.
Dealabs is a sort of forum website where users can post their own content. Moderators ask for proof that posts are true, and apparently, the September PS Plus leak was proven by a user. This leak comes not long after a leak of August’s PS Plus titles, which all turned out to be true.
According to the leak, there are very popular titles coming in September’s round of PlayStation Plus. The games should release on September 1, so there is not long to wait to see whether Dealabs have swung a hit or a miss with this prediction.
Overcooked: All You Can Eat
Overcooked: All You Can Eat is slated to be brought to the PlayStation 5’s September PS Plus installment. All You Can Eat is a compilation of Team 17’s hit games Overcooked and Overcooked 2. It is a remaster of the two entries; it includes seven new chefs, a new assist mode, and accessibility features like scalable UI and dyslexia-friendly text. Altogether the game has more than 200 levels to play, with new achievements available as you go. The resolution has been scaled up to 4K and All You Can Eat runs at 60fps.
Successful title Hitman 2 is the second game mentioned in Dealabs leak, coming to the PlayStation 4 PS Plus list. Made by IO Interactive after their split with Square Enix, Hitman 2 continues the story of the previous release. It is a perfect extension of the first Hitman and carries on the mechanics very well. The stealth assassin simulator is a well-renowned title for a reason and is a welcome addition to PS Plus.
Predator: Hunting Grounds
Lastly, Predator: Hunting Grounds is said to be added to the PlayStation 4’s Plus titles. Predator is a multiplayer shooter title, where humans are against the iconic Predator character. With the game coming out on PS Plus, it will surely bring a resurgence to the title and will mean matches are alive and well.
This year’s August PS Plus installment saw Plants Vs. Zombies and Battle for Neighbourville release alongside Tennis World Tour 2 on both the PlayStation 4 and 5. Hunter’s Arena: Legends was also added to the PlayStation 5 PS Plus subscription as a bonus. There is still a little time left to grab these games before they go!
September’s supposed PS Plus games will be strong add-ons, and the leak does seem to be very realistic. Dealabs previous true leaks strongly suggest that these titles are what we will see coming out, but there is always the chance that the leak is fake, so take this news with a pinch of salt.
- This article was updated on August 30th, 2021