Sony has announced the PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium lineup for August 2022, which contains 13 games across PS5, PS4, and the Classics range. Some of the heavy hitters this month include Metro Exodus, Bugsnax, and a selection of Yakuza titles.
The complete list of titles joining All PS Plus Games on Tuesday, 16th August 2022 is as follows:
PS Plus Extra: August 2022
PS Plus Premium: August 2022
- No classic PS3, PS2, PS1, or PSP titles are part of the August 2022 lineup for PS Plus Premium
Following up on the inclusion of Yakuza: Like a Dragon in PS Plus Essential (available to redeem until 6th September 2022), SEGA and Sony will put Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 on PS Plus Extra as part of their joint effort to bring the entire mainline series to the service. As the first three titles in the franchise storywise, they’re the perfect place to start. Here’s what we thought of all three:
One PS5 launch title returning to the PS Plus service is Bugsnax, which we awarded a 7/10 in our PS5 review. “Bugsnax delivers a good time regardless of platform, but it excels on PS5. It benefits from much shorter loading sequences, improved performance, and the DualSense’s unique features. All this makes for a more enjoyable excursion to Snaktooth Island. If you play Bugsnax at all — and you absolutely should — do it on PS5.”
If you’re into open world games playable in co-op, Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be right up your alley. It’s come a long way since our 6/10 PS4 review, so we recommend taking it for a spin. It’s better than Ghost Recon: Breakpoint at the very least.
More PS5, PS4 reviews for PS Plus Extra, Premium August 2022 games:
In addition to the monthly PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium games, subscribers to the service’s highest tier will be able to download a free Time Limited Trial for Rollerdrome on the same day all these titles become part of the membership. Which PS5, PS4, and Classic games will you be playing first? Share your list in the comments below.
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