Don't Miss September's PS Plus Free Games For PS4

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Now Playing: Free PS4 PlayStation Plus Games For September 2019 Revealed

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PlayStation Plus subscribers, your September 2019 free PS4 games have been announced: Starting September 3, Batman: Arkham Knight and Darksiders 3 will be available to download for free from the PlayStation Store. They'll be free to claim through September 30. In the meantime, there's still a few days left to grab August's free games--you have until September 2 to download Wipeout Omega Collection and Sniper Elite 4.

DC's dark superhero stars in Batman: Arkham Knight, which released in 2015. The third-person, single-player action-adventure game is set in an open-world Gotham City where you (as Batman) can explore freely, driving the iconic Batmobile or using your cape to fly. The story is set one year after Joker's death, as antagonists Scarecrow and Arkham Knight launch an all-out attack on Gotham City, forcing all civilians to evacuate and leaving only criminals behind to inhabit the city.

This month, you can also grab Darksiders III, a hack-and-slash Metroidvania-style adventure released in 2018. You'll take control of Fury, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, who is tracking down the Seven Deadly Sins. Fury has quite a few weapons in her arsenal, ranging from whips and daggers to elemental magic. With a third-person perspective, the game also involves crafting, puzzle-solving, and some platforming.

PS Plus free games for September 2019

Available 9/3 - 9/30

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