It is now a tradition. The Dealabs site has made a habit of systematically beating Sony to the post by revealing in advance the exact list of games offered each month to Playstation Plus subscribers. The month of August is no exception to the rule, the site having just shared the name of titles offered. And as much to say that there are still beautiful people this month with Yakuza Like A Dragon or Little Nightmares.
It became a habit. The Dealabs site has been taking care for several months now to systematically beat Sony to the post regarding the revelation of the names of the games offered to PS Plus subscribers each month.
For the time being, it must be recognized that the site has been right every time. In July 2022, the site announced the arrival of Crash Bandicoot 4, Dark Pictures: Man of Medan and Arcadegeddon. A selection confirmed shortly after by Sony.
And as we approach the beginning of August, the Dealabs site has once again published a few days in advance. the supposed list of games offered this month to all Playstation Plus subscribersall formulas included (whether Essential, Extra or Premium).
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List of games available on PS Plus in August 2022
First, players will be able to get their hands on Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 & 2 Deluxe Cross-Gen Pack on PS5 and PS4. This is a compilation of the first two episodes of this cult saga released in 1999 and 2000. Of course, the two titles have benefited from a welcome facelift and excellent craftsmanship, while resuming the arcade experience that made them successful. There is also the split-screen multiplayer mode and the skatepark editor. A must for skateboard fans.
Then, players will be able to discover the latest opus of the Yakuza license, namely Yakuza: Like A Dragon (PS4 and PS5). Note that this episode marked a major revolution in the history of the saga, since the traditional Beat Them All combat system gave way to an RPG style and turn-based combat. Despite this change of direction, the title is excellent and enjoys a narration with small onions, like all Yakuza (and Judgment) to tell the truth.
Finally, we end this August 2022 selection with Little Nightmares on PS4. The first production of the Tarsier studio draws its inspiration directly from famous platformers like Limbo or Inside, without forgetting the tortured and glaucous work of Tim Burton. You play as Six, a child who will have to escape from a gigantic ship inhabited by some unfriendly beings.
Of course, it will be advisable to take this list with tweezers the time to have confirmation from Sony. But as said above, Dealabs has never been wrong so far.