Don’t Miss September 2020’s PlayStation Plus Games

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Here we are now in September and we’re getting ready to hit the overload of games during the holidays again. Parachute in while competing to be number 1 against other players in an aggressive battle royale or beat down your rival in one of the most iconic fighting game franchise. Let’s check out the free titles that are currently free to PlayStation Plus members.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds


First game that we have on the list for September 2020’s PlayStation Plus games is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. This multiplayer shooter starts with 100 players on the map duking it out to see who can take the number one spot in solos, duos or in a four stack team. There are five different maps ranging from size that is as big as an 8km X 8km grid to as small as a 2km X 2km grid to land on. With massive amounts of buildings to loot from, gear up as much as possible to take down your enemies with the best weapons and armor.

This is a battle royale game afterall, and it wouldn’t be that kind of game without a circle of death. All maps have different vehicles spread out throughout the map, so you can either run on foot or grab a vehicle to get to the circle. Don’t wait too long or else get ready to be ambushed or take damage from the death circle itself. The key here is positioning. Do you have what it takes to take first place? This title will definitely test your abilities.

Street Fighter V


Next up, this title is completely different from the first game we’ve received this month. To wrap things up for September’s PlayStation Plus games is Street Fighter V. Since its first release back in 1987, the Street Fighter franchise has been no stranger to the fighting game genre. Since then, its become of the most popular fighting games in history.

There are many characters to choose from with returning favorites such as Ryu, Ken and Chun Li. All characters have multiple costumes and plenty of fight stages to choose from as well. Either battle it out against your rival or fight through story mode with different characters. Be the ultimate champion in this fighting game favorite!


There you have it, Fanatics. With these two titles keeping you locked down with endless multiplayer action, which tickles your fancy more? They are now available to download until Tuesday, September 1. Which one will you keep in your library? Sound off in the comments below, and we’ll see you next month for October 2020’s PlayStation Plus titles!

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