According to a trustworthy source, the PlayStation Plus Essential September 2022 roster looks to have leaked. According to reports, the games available next month will include an anime combat game, a cutesy visual adventure, and a neon-drenched racer.
This PlayStation Plus Essential leak comes to us once more via the French portal Dealabs, which has already leaked a number of PlayStation Plus lineups. You will receive three games, as usual with PlayStation Plus Essential, two of which are also playable on a PS4 and all of which can be played on a PS5.
Toem, a photographic journey, is the first PlayStation Plus Essential PS5 game for September.
In this really adorable game, you must take pictures to assist the locals of several Scandinavian communities. You can only play this one if you have a PS5, as it isn’t accessible on the PS4. Thus it is.
It’s Need for Speed Heat up next. Despite the fact that this racer may not be the one to bring Need for Speed back to its best, it nevertheless offers a satisfying experience, complete with the absurdly outrageous racing and references to automotive culture that you’ve come to expect from Need for Speed titles. A new Need for Speed game is also in development, so perhaps we’ll learn more about that soon.
Granblue Fantasy: Versus, an anime fighter, completes the list. This is a spinoff of the popular mobile gacha game Granblue Fantasy, which was created in collaboration by Arc System Works and Cygames, two illustrious developers of anime combat games. A lot of showy combos, cartoon characters, and bloated plot are to be expected. Since there won’t be a Dragalia Lost fighting game anytime soon, take advantage of it while you can.
Of course, everything that has been said thus far is still only a rumour, so be sceptical. Consider it with a pinch of salt rather than a whole shaker, though Dealabs has demonstrated some degree of dependability when it comes to PlayStation Plus leaks. The formal announcement for these games should come relatively soon, so keep checking back for additional details.
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