PlayStation Leaks Their August PS Plus Line-up – Here Are The Upcoming Games

While it has been amended now, a mislisting on their own site caused players to know what games they can expect to come for PS Plus this August.

Due to an error made on the PlayStation site, Sony has inadvertently revealed the three incoming games this August for PS Plus owners. While it has now been fixed to reflect the July PS Plus games, fast eyes and fingers on some of the ResetEra members have preserved the information via a thread, which you can view here.

Leaked games

The first game to be leaked was Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville for the PlayStation 4. Developed by long-time series studio PopCap Games and published by Electronic Arts, this is the third title in the Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare spinoff series of the highly popular Plants vs. Zombies series. It was initially released as an early access title in September of 2019, before fully releasing a month later in October 2019.

The game, unlike the main Plants vs. Zombies games, is a third-person multiplayer shooter where opposing teams compete in various multiplayer modes. The teams are either on the Plants’ side or Zombies’ side, with various classes of characters to choose from. The game is also available on Xbox consoles, the Nintendo Switch and on PC.

The second game leaked was Tennis World Tour 2, which will be made available for PS Plus owners with a PlayStation 4. Developed by Big Ant Studios and published by Nacon, the game is the second in the Tennis World Tour series, with the first game released May of 2018; Tennis World Tour 2 was released two years later, in September of 2020.

The game is a realistic tennis sports title where players can choose from a variety of real-world Tennis players like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. It features a variety of game modes and can be played in either single or multiplayer, with local and online available for the latter. The game is also available on both current and last-gen consoles, as well as the Nintendo Switch and PC.

The third and final game is Hunter’s Arena: Legends, which is reserved for PlayStation 5 players. Developed and published by Mantisco, this battle royale title was released in June earlier this year and is still in early access. The game is PvP-focused and allows up to 30 players at a time, as they fight and brawl in a free-for-all or in any number of additional game modes. The game is also available on PC via Steam.

Kenneth Araullo
A writer specializing in video games, with two years of writing experience backed by a decade and a half of playing games. A PC Gamer and Dota 2 enthusiast at heart (will also take the occasional Switch title every now and then), he has reviewed multiple titles across many genres, and reported on many, many more.