PlayStation Plus Games for September Announced: inFamous: Second Son, RIGS, and More

inFamous: Second Son leads the pack of PS4, PS Vita, PS3, and PS VR games Sony is offering for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of September.

on August 30, 2017 12:00 PM

Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the line-up of games it will be offering on-the-house for PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of September.

Below, you can view the full line-up for Both Europe and North America (it’s not often that the two have different offerings, but September is one of these rare occurrences that they do):

North America:

  • inFamous: Second Son (PS4)

  • Strike Vector Ex (PS4)

  • Monster Jam Battlegrounds (PS3)

  • Hustle Kings (PS3)

  • Hue (PS Vita) (Cross Buy with PS4)

  • Sky Force Anniversary (PS Vita) (Cross Buy with PS4 & PS3)

  • RIGS Mechanized Combat League (PS4 bonus title – PS VR required)

Europe:

  • inFamous: Second Son (PS4)

  • Child of Light (PS4)

  • RIGS Mechanized Combat League (PS4 bonus title – PS VR required)

  • Truck Racer (PS3)

  • Handball 2016 (PS3)

  • We Are Doomed (PS Vita) (Cross Buy with PS4)

  • Hatoful Boyfriend (PS Vita) (Cross Buy with PS4)

RIGS Mechanized Combat League will be free from September 5th through November 7th. The first-person arena-based shooter notably released last fall alongside the PlayStation VR (which it is exclusive to) from the now shuttered Guerrilla Cambridge.

As has been with the last few months, party-game That’s You! is available as a free download (as is the Companion App, which you will need to download to your device in order to play) for all PS Plus members up until October 23rd.

Obviously the big inclusion here is Sucker Punch’s inFamous: Second Son the third installment in one of PlayStation’s more latest flagship series. For those that don’t know: the 2014-released open-world action game based in an alternate Seattle, Washington, sees you play as Deslin Rowe, who unexpectedly discovers his own superhuman powers in a world where superhumans are feared and hunted.

Below, you can check out a new trailer that highlights the European offering (one for the US line-up has not been released):

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