PS5: PlayStation introduces free PS Plus gameplay in advance for August!

PlayStation unveiled yesterday, during its last State of Play event, one of the free games that will be offered to PS4 and PS5 players who subscribe to the PS Plus service.

Hunter’s Arena: Legends can be added to the PS4 and PS5 player library from the first day 3 of August until the day 6 The second of September was shown yesterday during the exhibition of the latest trailer for the game.

Sony will now make the PS4 and PS5 version of Hunter’s Arena: Legends available to PS Plus members in August, which should count towards the usual exclusive offer for PS5 owners.

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PS5 players with PS Plus will receive Hunter’s Arena: Legends in August

PlayStation has traditionally offered PS Plus subscribers one game for PS5 and two for PS4. Since the PS4 and PS5 versions of Hunter’s Arena: Legends will be offered, this should be the free PS5 game next month.

It remains to be seen what the summer offers for the PS4 will be for the month, and hopefully they make more sense than the July offers that despite bringing a high-quality game (A Plague Tale: Innocence) they also put two offers in our libraries . of very doubtful value.

Hunter’s Arena: Legends is a melee-focused battle royale with solo and trio play options. Players will have to fight not only against other players, but also against demons controlled by artificial intelligence.

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The game’s offering for PS Plus members will aim to catapult the player base when Hunter’s Arena: Legends launches, essential for an early life battle royale.

In the meantime, don’t forget to add the July deals to your library and enjoy the A Plague Tale: Innocence Update for the Next Generation.

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