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PlayStation Plus September games revealed for PS4, PS3 and Vita

Sony has announced all of the freebies coming next month for PlayStation Plus members across PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

Next month’s selection of free titles is headlined by Sucker Punch’s Infamous: Second Son.

The latest entry in the superhero series puts you in the shoes of Delsin Rowe, a rebellious young man wiping out baddies on the rainy streets of Seattle.

Next up is Ubisoft’s Child of Light, a wonderfully charming 2D RPG with absolutely gorgeous watercolour visuals.

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PS4 owners also get a bonus addition next month in the form of RIGS, a PlayStation VR exclusive that has you piloting an assortment of advanced mechs in a futuristic game of sport. 

On PS3 you can download Truck Racers and Handball 2016. PS Vita owners have We Are Doomed and pigeon dating-sim Hatoful Boyfriend to keep them busy.

We’ve included the full list of games below to make things a little more convenient:

  • PS4: Infamous Second Son, Child of Light, RIGS (PSVR)
  • PS3: Truck Racer, Handball 2016
  • Vita: We Are Doomed, Hatoful Boyfriend

What’s your favourite pick from next month’s freebies? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!

 

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