PlayStation Plus games for September 2021 revealed

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Welcome to September. A new month means new games, so get ready for the latest set of PlayStation Plus games you can grab. This month, subscribers will get Overcooked! All You Can Eat for the PlayStation 5, as well as Hitman 2 and Predator: Hunting Grounds for PlayStation 4. All three games will be available starting September 7th, where you'll have until October 4th to claim them. And if you haven't gotten last month's games, well, this is your last chance.

Overcooked: All You Can Eat! | PS5*
Overcooked!, Overcooked! 2 and all additional content are blended together and remastered in this delicious definitive edition. Enjoy hundreds of levels of cooperative cooking chaos both local and online**, across increasingly perilous and obscure kitchens. Players can enjoy campaign, survival and practice modes, and new to All You Can Eat – assist mode! The game contains features to allow as many players as possible to join in the food frenzy, with scalable UI, dyslexia friendly text and colour blindness options all available.

Predator: Hunting Grounds | PS4
Hunt or be hunted in this asymmetrical multiplayer** shooter that pits man against Predator. As part of a four-person Fireteam, complete challenging missions before the Predator finds you Or be the Predator and hunt your prey, using deadly alien weaponry – such as the shoulder-mounted Plasma Caster, Combistick and more – to stalk your prey. Learn different classes and styles of play no matter what side you choose.

Hitman 2 | PS4
Travel the globe and track your targets across exotic sandbox locations, from sun-drenched streets to dark and dangerous rainforests. Nowhere is safe from the world’s most creative assassin, Agent 47. Prepare to experience the ultimate spy thriller story your mission is to eliminate the elusive Shadow Client and unravel his militia, but when 47 learns his target’s true identity and the truth about his past, it changes everything. Hitman 2 introduces new ways to play, new game modes and new features, including the new Sniper Assassin mode with franchise first co-op play**.

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I was waiting for this post to share a tip I found on Reddit.

After claiming Hitman 2 from PS+, you can play levels from it on Hitman 3 (even without owning it) that have them remastered, including Dualsense features as well.

To do so, simply get the Hitman 2 Standard Access Pass which will be free on the store after you claim the PS+ game. Then all you need is Hitman 3; if you don't then for that you can also simply get the Hitman 3 Free Starter Pack which is also free as the name suggests, and then download that and use that to play the Hitman 2 levels.

Are you sure they'll allow that, though? Sony has done some fuckery with games given through PS+ in the last year. The PS+ version of FF7R can't be upgraded to the PS5 version, for example. I mean, if they do, cool, but this may be a case of wait and see.
 

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It's a little annoying that if I were to get a copy of Overcooked All you can Eat for PS4 I would be able to play co-op on my ps5 with an extra PS4 controller but if I get it through ps+ I would either need player 2 to be using a second ps5 controller (which I don't have) or remote play.

It's just an annoying situation. It's almost as if we're just better off with the PS4 version.
Sony wants you to move completely to ps5.
But honestly, I imagine a game like overcooked must look near identical on ps4 doesn't it? We are not talking hi end graphics or sound.
 

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Are you sure they'll allow that, though? Sony has done some fuckery with games given through PS+ in the last year. The PS+ version of FF7R can't be upgraded to the PS5 version, for example. I mean, if they do, cool, but this may be a case of wait and see.

It already works, so many people have already done so. :)
 

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PS Now is also available on PC. Scratch that one off your list too. Haha. ;)

Oh I know, what I meant was that Microsoft actually releases the games on Windows or Steam rather than Game Pass which I prefer. But does PS Now somehow have a technical advantage on PC? iirc there's restrictions on what you can locally download as well as opposed to console.
 
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