PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Street Fighter V in September for free. The latest offering from the service sees PUBG, which recently made its PlayStation 4 debut, is the 2017 title that is credited as kickstarting the popularity of the battle royale genre. Matches begin with 100 players dropping onto a map where they hunt for weapons and battle for survival until they’re the last one standing. The matches, however, have a time limit in the form of a neverending map that shrinks players together until there’s nowhere else to run.
Street Fighter V on the other hand has been the flagship title for Capcom for half a decade. It is an installment in the classic fighting series that has seen several updates and new characters over the year through DLC. Recently, a new version called Street Fighter V: Champion Edition was released, which includes previously added features and characters introduced in the vanilla game.
The titles will be available to download September 1 until and will be made available through the service until October 5.
In other gaming news, Sony recently opened pre-order registration for the PlayStation 5.
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