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September’s PlayStation Plus games announced

Each month, PlayStation offers a selection of games for free to all those with a PlayStation Plus subscription. For the month of September, subscribers can get their hands on three titles, two PS4, and a PS5 game – including Hitman 2, and Predator Hunting Grounds.

Available from the 7th of September:

  • Overcooked: All You Can Eat! | PS5
  • Predator: Hunting Grounds | PS4
  • Hitman 2 | PS4

Available only on PS5 (though PS4 players can still add it to their library), Overcooked: All You Can Eat is a remastered collection of both OVercooked 1 and 2, and all of their respective DLC. The game offers both local and online co-op, meaning that you and a friend can engage in everything that Overcooked has to offer from the comfort and safety of your respective homes.

Predator: Hunting Grounds is a co-op asymmetrical multiplayer shooter, seeing a four-person Fireteam go up against the terrifying Predator. Hunt or be hunted in this first-person shooter from Illfonic, the team behind Friday the 13th: The Game.

Hitman 2 is the second game in the World of Assassination trilogy. This stealth sandbox shooter from IO Interactive offers more Agent 47 goodness, with dense open levels, allowing players to complete their objective in a dozen different ways. If you have yet to play any of the games, this is an excellent place to start.

All three titles will be available to purchase and download for free (for PS Plus subscribers) from the 7th of September. Until then, you still have a chance to pick up August’s games, consisting of Hunter’s Arena: Legends; Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2.

KitGuru says: What do you think of this month’s offerings? Have you played any of the Hitman games? What is your favourite co-op game? Let us know down below.

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