August’s PlayStation Plus Games Have Been Revealed

August's Playstation Plus games have been revealed, and it's a strong month for Sony. People with an active PS Plus subscription will be able to download Activision's Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered and Devolver Digital's wacky battle royale game Fall Guys.

August's Playstation Plus Games Have Been Revealed

Many fans have been awaiting the news of August’s PlayStation Plus games, and the wait is finally over. In the coming days, fans with an active PS Plus subscription will be able to download Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered as well as Devolver Digital’s Fall Guys. PlayStation confirmed the news via a tweet from its official Twitter account.

Regarded as one of the best first-person shooters of the previous generation, Modern Warfare 2 Remastered delivers intense set pieces and memorable characters. However, anybody hoping to hop into the famous multiplayer will be disappointed. Unlike the previous remaster, Activision has only remastered the campaign this time around. Bad news if you play Call of Duty for the multiplayer, but good news for fans who enjoy the campaigns. The game will be available to download from July 28th – August 31st.

More interestingly, Devolver Digital’s Fall Guys will also be free to download next month. This is an interesting move from the publisher as the game actually launches on August 4th. Fall Guys is a unique battle royale that has you and 59 other players race through an obstacle course to be the first to finish. It was recently shown off during the Devolver Direct earlier this month. Being free at launch will almost guarantee the game has a very strong initial player base. Only time will tell if this is a savvy move from Devolver Digital. Fall Guys will be available to download from its launch on August 4th – August 31st and finishes off August’s PlayStation Plus lineup.

Fall Guys - Gameplay Trailer | PS4

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