Tennis World Tour, PvZ, and Hunter’s Arena are all free PS4 and PS5 games for August 2021.
The free PS5 game for August 2021 is HUNTER’S Arena Legends, but what will join the brand new battle royale game on August 3?
It appears that the free PlayStation Plus games for August 2021 have been released ahead of schedule.
During a recent State of Play event, Sony officially confirmed the first title in the lineup.
Hunter’s Arena Legends, a new Battle Royale game, is the free PS5 game for August, according to Sony.
The PS4 versions of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2 have since been revealed as the free PS4 titles for August 2021.
Sony will make the announcement on July 28 at 4.30 p.m. BST in the United Kingdom.
On the morning of August 3, the next batch of free PlayStation Plus titles will be available to download and play.
Of course, there’s always the chance that things will alter before the official announcement, but that seems improbable.
While the August 2021 free games aren’t bad, they aren’t as good as some of the other games released this year.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Days Gone, Control Ultimate Edition, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider were among the previous PS Plus freebies.
Hunter’s Arena Legends isn’t the kind of Battle Royale game you’d expect to receive for free, but it does look great enough.
Players must defeat demons and other players in order to be the last person standing at the end of the game.
Destroying demons earns players additional rewards and is necessary for them to get strong enough to defeat rival hunters.
The game is situated in a wonderfully constructed ancient East Asian world and features melee action and 17 heroes at launch.
“To combat anything that seeks to take your life during your adventure, you must master swordplay and martial arts skills,” Sony explains.
“So grab your blade and prepare yourself as we go deeper into the perils that lay in Hunter’s Arena’s hazardous and mythical world.”
Tennis World Tour 2 is, on the other hand, a little less complicated. It includes a variety of real-life courts and contests, as well as dozens of official players.
Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, on the other hand, is a multiplayer combat game with a distinctive presentation.
“Welcome to Neighborville, where everything is in order. Except there’s a new coniferous battle emerging between the brainless and the botanicals!”
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