PlayStation has confirmed the next two free games to be available for PlayStation Plus subscribers, Street Fighter V, and PUBG: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will both be available next Tuesday, September 1 and will be free to claim until October 5.
Capcom’s iconic fighting game arrives just in time for the Street Fighter V PS4 Tournaments in the US and Canada, new players will get an opportunity to sharpen their skills and fight for glory. PlayStation confirms that a “variety of single-player modes” are available, and invites players to prove their might against the globe’s finest fighters in online matches.
The tournament is open to all eligible participants in the U.S. and Canada, and there are multiple opportunities to qualify for the finals where winners of the monthly finals could win a share of the $1,000 prize pool, as well as unique prizes that are unavailable anywhere else.
What’s more, we’re kicking off starting September 4 in the U.S. and Canada. These events will offer eligible fighters of all skill levels in those regions the opportunity to compete for cash prizing, a unique PS4 theme and a custom in-game title! Restrictions apply. More details to come.
The other free to keep game needs no introduction, PUBG: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is the original battle royale FPS game, the special offer will surely please all the players who have the game on other platforms and want to expand their gameplay on the PlayStation. New players will also experience the thrilling experience of the massive multiplayer shooting action.
Parachute into a treacherous battleground with only your wits for protection, as you loot gear and outsmart your enemies in a fierce battle royale. Build the ultimate soldier from scratch and test your mettle against up to 99 other players across multiple unique maps. Only one life. Only one shot at victory per match. Wreak havoc on your own or take on the challenge in a squad of up to four players to increase your chances of survival — and glory.
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