Although we’re still a week away from August, the PlayStation Plus titles for the upcoming month have been inadvertently released by Sony, with Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville highlighting the batch of games becoming free for the month.
Noticed earlier on Saturday, Sony accidentally seemed to have updated their website to reflect the newest PlayStation Plus titles for August. Alongside Plants vs. Zombies, August will also see Tennis World Tour 2 and Hunter’s Arena: Legends become available for download at no charge to PlayStation Plus subscribers. For those looking to grab Hunter’s Arena: Legends, they’ll need to have a PlayStation 5 to do so, as that title is exclusive to the current-gen console.
August PS+ lineup revealed by Sony 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 the long line of Plants vs. Zombies titles, giving players new social and free-roam region to explore as they continue to battle it out for supremacy. Tennis World Tour 2 allows players to dominate the sport and climb the world rankings to become one of the best tennis players. As for Hunter’s Arena: Legends, the PlayStation 5 bonus game pits players in fast-paced, close-range 1v1 combat matches, with battle Royale modes also available.
The three titles will reportedly go live on August 3, 2021, so you’ll have some time to prepare to download them. July’s PlayStation Plus titles – Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and A Plague Tale: Innocence – are also still available, so make sure to grab those before they go away.