Although August is still a week away, the PlayStation Plus titles for the coming month were accidentally released by Sony, with Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville Highlighting the range of games that are going to be free for the month.
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As noted on Saturday, Sony appeared to have accidentally updated its website to reflect the latest PlayStation Plus titles for August. Next plants against zombies, August will see it too Tennis world tour 2 and Hunter arena: legends PlayStation Plus subscribers are made available for download free of charge. For those who want to grab Hunter’s Arena: Legends, they’ll need a PlayStation 5 to do so, as this title is exclusive to the current console.
Sony’s PS + lineup for August revealed https://t.co/Ty18b8ewIt
• Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
• Tennis World Tour 2
• Hunter’s Arena: Legends (PS5) pic.twitter.com/cn6NV4ElYy
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Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is the latest in a long line of plants against zombies Title and offers players new social and free regions to explore as they continue to battle for supremacy. Tennis world tour 2 enables players to dominate the sport and climb the world rankings to become one of the best tennis players. As for Hunter arena: legends, the PlayStation 5 bonus game lets players compete in fast-paced 1-on-1 combat matches up close, with Battle Royale modes also available.
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The three titles will reportedly go live on August 3, 2021, giving you some time to prepare for the download. PlayStation Plus titles in July – Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, WWE 2K battlegrounds, and An epidemic story: innocence – are still available too, so grab these before they leave.