The official list of PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for the month of September will be announced in two days, but billbil-kun has already been able to obtain part of it. If you like Japanese games, you will be served.
It is through Dealabs that the very informed billbil-kun was able to reveal new games coming to the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium offers. As a reminder, the insider in question regularly delivers good information about new PS+ games even before Sony makes them official, a rather reliable source. Even if this list is not yet complete, we already have good visibility on what subscribers to the service should be entitled to and the big Japanese hits seem to be in the spotlight this time around.
As a reminder, subscribers will be able to enjoy it at no additional cost on their PS5 and PS4.
New PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games in September 2023
Here are the games that will be added to the PS+ Extra and Premium catalogs in September 2023 according to billbil-kun. The list presented is partial, but it is reliable if we base ourselves on the very good history of the leaker.
- NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139
- Star Ocean The Divine Force
- 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim
- Sid Meier’s Civilization VI
- Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2
For the moment, this list is temporary and may be subject to modifications in the coming hours. As we can see, the headliners are on the Japanese side, notably with a certain NieR Replicantthe much-loved remake of Nier Automata by fans.
In the list, we also find a certain Star Ocean The Divine Force which may perhaps find its audience after a timid launch last year and despite rather lukewarm reviews from players and journalists.
Finally the last headline is none other than 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rimthe masterpiece of Vanillaware. A fairly atypical title already visually, but also by its gameplay taking the form of a Visual Novel coupled with a typical strategy game tactical.
We are still waiting for Sony’s confirmation of this game list, but if it turns out to be correct, we can say that Sony is trying to beef up its editorial policy for its PS + following a lackluster month of September and a tariff increase that caused a lot of ink to flow.