The PlayStation Plus games for subscribers are two very different offerings, but both are their own kind of fun. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered was technically available near the end of July, but now you can also pick up Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, a new online multiplayer game that made its debut recently. Both PS4 games are free until the next slate of PS Plus games arrive in September. One of these has become a meme at this point, so you won’t want to miss out. You may find yourself playing it for hours on end in an attempt to be the last Guy standing.
Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, as the name suggests, is a re-release of the single-player campaign of the 2009 Infinity Ward hit. It just launched in March and marks the second time in the past few months that a Call of Duty game is being added to the PlayStation Plus program; Call of Duty: WWII was free in June. It also happened to be added to the program before its month officially began. Though it’s disappointing the remaster didn’t include the game’s excellent multiplayer suite, Modern Warfare 2 has one of the best campaigns in the series, and it looks great on PS4.
Meanwhile, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a brand-new multiplayer game published by Devolver Digital that released August 4. Though it’s priced at $20, PlayStation Plus subscribers can grab it for free on launch day. It has become something of a meme already because of its goofy gameplay and charm. It’s also available on Steam.
The game pits you and up to 59 other players against each other in one of the sillier and lighthearted battle royales thus far. You play as funny little creatures who have terrible balance. Fall Guys is bright, colorful, and packed with chaotic action. Each match features a variety of challenges and obstacle courses. Some of them are played solo, while others team you up with other players. You’ll be able to customize your character with a bunch of different outfits, too.
August 2020 PS Plus Free Games
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