What’s the September 2019 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when will the September 2019 PS Plus lineup be announced? Sony delivered a strong lineup in August 2019, with WipEout Omega Collection and Sniper Elite 4 both proving thoroughly enjoyable additions to the subscription service. Considering the free games have been under scrutiny for some time now, we're hoping the Japanese giant keeps its foot on the gas through the end of the year. As such, this article is going to look at rumors and speculation regarding September 2019's PS + lineup.
For a recap, check out our full list of all the free PS Plus games in 2019.
When will September 2019's free PS Plus games be announced?
As always, it'll be the last Wednesday of the month when we learn about September 2019's free PlayStation Plus games, so that's 28th August this time.
When will September 2019's free PlayStation Plus games be available to download?
You will be able to download September 2019's free PS Plus games from Tuesday, 3rd September.
What are September 2019's free PS Plus games?
Sony's been running a tight ship with PlayStation Plus rumors recently, and so there are no real leaks for us to work with regarding September 2019's lineup. Given recent feedback to the service, we'd expect the manufacturer to pick up some fairly big titles; Shenmue I & II would be a great selection ahead of the long-awaited Shenmue III, while one of the Watch Dogs titles would be a priority work for Watch Dogs Legion. Next month is going to be crazy for new releases in general, so it's going to have something special to take away from the likes of Borderlands 3 and FIFA 20.
What free September 2019 PlayStation Plus games do you want?
How are you feeling about the state of PS Plus following August 2019's improved offering? What free PlayStation Plus games would you like in September 2019? Let us know your thoughts on the subscription in the comments section, and share your realistic suggestions below.
What free September 2019 PS Plus games do you want? Are there any features or incentives you'd like Sony to add to the service? Let us know in the comments section below.