Free and Premium PS Plus Games for September 2022 Wishlist

The introduction of PSMore‘ Tiered service (Essential, Extra and Premium) has had an exciting few months on the service. There’s something about the constant influx of games and information that keeps the service top of mind for much longer, as Sony reveals Essential games, releases them, reveals Extra and Premium games, and then releases them. It’s hard to say how this PS Plus tiered service defines the company going forward, but it’s a good start.

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With August 2022 PS Plus Essential, Extra and Premium games available now, many may be curious to know what Sony will be adding in September. Of course, there’s no predicting the additions, but fans can still expect them to be revealed on August 31. In anticipation of that, here are a few games we’d like to see added to the service.

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Free PS Plus Games (Essential) For September 2022 Wishlist

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – EA recently confirmed the continuation of the franchise, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and it’s slated to launch in early 2023. Fans will see a new adventure from Cal Kestis, but putting his first journey on PS Plus might just encourage more fans to check out the sequel. Even for those who played it but no longer own it, it would be nice to review the game. And among the star wars games available through Essential and which are currently in Extra and Premium, none are alike Jedi Fallen Order.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Over the past few years, Sony has added a Call of Duty game on PS Plus every summer. It’s a little later than usual, but Sony is also expected to add another title this year. The last was Black Ops 4creating the latest version of modern warfare a candidate of choice. It would also perfectly complement the release of modern warfare 2 in October. Now, it’s worth mentioning that Sony might be able to avoid this due to Microsoft’s Activision-Blizzard deal, but it’s just a wishlist after all, and if Sony were to keep the streak going, it should do so before the deal is made. And There you go.


The pathless – Sure, fans are unlikely to get two major AAA titles, but either one would be great to see. At the same time, Sony should leverage the platform to add big independents as well. The pathless would be a good choice for that, because this indie Annapurna (even if it blurs the definition somewhat) is a well-received title, with solid features, unique exploration, and more. In this third-person action-adventure game, players take on the role of the Hunter, a master archer seeking to lift the curse of an island.

PS Plus Extra and Premium Games for September 2022 Wishlist

PS Plus Extra and Premium games are slightly more difficult to decode, simply because there are so many of them. The first PS Plus Extra and Premium version added 18 games, while the latest removed 12 games. If there’s one thing that’s definitely on that wishlist, it’s hoping Sony doesn’t ignore PS Plus Premium’s catalog of classics. The last straw was entirely for PS Plus Extra, and going forward it shouldn’t be. Here are some hopeful candidates.


  • PS5: What’s Left of Edith Finch, It Takes Two
  • PS4: Nier: Automata, Monster Hunter World
  • PS3: Metal Gear Solid 4, Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  • PS: Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, Ridge Racer 2, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
  • PS2: Silent Hill 2, Spider-Man 2
  • PS1: Dino Crisis, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Legend of the Dragon

PSMore subscribers receive a handful of games each month.

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