PlayStation Plus’ free games – September 2017

After leaks earlier this week, Sony has confirmed the next games coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers.

As first noticed after an early PlayStation Europe Facebook post leaked earlier this week, Europe’s September PlayStation Plus games include InFAMOUS Second Son and Child of Light. North American Plus subscribers will get Strike Vector EX instead of Child of Light. Additionally both Europe and North American subscribers will be given a bonus game, RIGS Mechanized Combat League for PSVR. Once again, Sony’s first PlayLink title, “That’s You” is still free to download for subscriber’s through the end of October, so if you’ve put it off, you still have time to download it.

PlayStation Europe’s promo

September’s Playstation Plus titles (available September 5, 2017)


  • InFAMOUS Second Son
  • Child of Light (Europe only)
  • Strike Vector EX (North America Only)


  • Truck Racer
  • Handball 2016

PS Vita

  • We Are Doomed (Cross buy with PS4)
  • Hatoful Boyfriend (Cross buy with PS4)

BONUS (Both Europe and North America)

  • RIGS Mechanized Combat League – PSVR
  • That’s You – PS4

For those out of the loop, That’s You is a six person game similar to Jackbox games but with a greater on what you do and don’t know about your friends. Unlike Jackbox, players will have to download the PlayLink app to play with their friends.

What do you think about September’s PlayStation Plus games? Which games are you interested in? Anything you plan on skipping? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter, and don’t forget to pick up August’s games before it’s too late!


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