PlayStation Plus drops 6 bonus free downloads, available now
PlayStation Plus is the gift that will keep giving in the long run, if you keep paying the fees for subscriptions, of course.
Based on the tier of that Sony subscription you sign up to, subscribers can enjoy a broad variety of games that they can play. As an example, customers who are enrolled in the base PlayStation Plus Essential subscription will receive an assortment of new every month new games to add to their collection, along with access to games online.
PS Plus Extra offers everything you get in the Essential tier but it also comes with a larger range of PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 games to pick from. In the case of the Premium PS Plus level it includes everything that’s included within Essential and Extra, however it also includes additional PS5 as well as PS4 games and additional choices from PS1, PS2, PS3 as well as PSP games. Additionally, you get access to cloud gaming as well as game trial.
But, regardless of which of the three levels which you choose to join each will receive benefits like free DLC. In general, the free DLC may be exclusive content to games like Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Fall Guys and more.
According to information mentioned in the Reddit blog post, in this month in PlayStation Plus September 2023, we’ve got even more no-cost DLC that subscribers can download for free. The DLC is free and includes the ‘Sackboy’s Adventure Pack for the fall Guys as well as a ‘Tracer-Will-O-Wisp bonus Pack to play Overwatch 2, bonus currency for Konami’s EFootball, as well as many more.
For downloading the free PS Plus DLC simply visit the PlayStation Plus Exclusive packs’ section in the PS5 or PS4 console and also through the PlayStation Mobile app. You may also download the bonus DLC on accessing the special PS Store section on the official site.
Recent news reports suggest that PlayStation customers have downloaded a game that has been criticized in order to get store credit for free in exchange for a free game. PS Plus subscribers have one last opportunity to experience this classic without cost prior to its removal from the service on September 19.