PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Games Leaked For September

Thanks to a reliable source, the list of games coming to PlayStation Plus Extra this September have been leaked. Here’s what players can expect.

According to Dealabs who has routinely leaked the list of upcoming games, we now know that September will introduce everything from a cutie indie must-grab to a much-loved action RPG.

These titles will go live for subscribers around September 19.

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Games Leaked For September

First up will be NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139, the updated version of NieR Replicant which was once only available in Japan. This is a prequel to the much-loved NieR:Automata and follows a fierce warrior after her body is possessed by a Shade. 

Next up is Star Ocean: The Divine Force, an action RPG first released in 2022. The sixth instalment in the Star Ocean franchise allows players to explore the skies in 360° degrees. 

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim will also be available this month. The 2D side scrolling adventure tells the story of an epic sci-fi mystery combining thirteen intertwining stories. 

Fans of turn-based strategy can also get their hands on Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. The 2016 release allows players to expand their empire, advance your culture and go head-to-head with some of history’s greatest leaders. 

For those looking for a shooter, they can try out Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts 2. Promised to be the most challenging instalment in the Sniper series, players can take down enemies with extreme long-range sniping across a series of difficult terrain. 

Last but not least, Unpacking will be available this month. The award-winning puzzle game first released in 2021 and manages to weave an emotional tale whilst tasking players with tidying up a series of rooms and houses. 

Price Hikes

This news comes after Sony announced they would be increasing the prices for PlayStation Plus Extra Premium for UK subscribers. 

Those affected will now have to pay £59.99 for 12 months of the service as opposed to the previous £49.99. 

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