The tech giant have now confirmed that they will be offering a different selection of PlayStation Plus September 2017 titles in the United States and Canada than was first announced.
The official lineup for the US and Canada has now been updated, removing the likes of Monster Jam Battlegrounds and Hustle Kings on PS3.
This also affects Crossbuy PS4 and PS Vita titles Hue and Sky Force Anniversary, which have both been switched out.
They have instead been replaced with the collection of games announced for Europe, with the updated lineup now showing:
- inFamous: Second Son, PS4
- Strike Vector Ex, PS4
- Truck Racer, PS3
- Handball 2016, PS3
- We Are Doomed, PS Vita (Cross buy with PS4)
- Hatoful Boyfriend, PS Vita (Cross buy with PS4)
“An earlier version of this post featured an incorrect version of the September lineup,” Sony explains.
“We have updated the list below with the final lineup for September.”
As noted above, these new changes do not change the PS4 games announced earlier today, which stay the same.
Sony have also confirmed that the US lineup is also getting PSVR title – RIGS: Mechanised Combat League.
“Here’s a bonus for PlayStation VR owners: PS Plus members in the US and Canada will also get RIGS Mechanized Combat League as a free bonus game from September 5 through November 7.
“Set in the year 2065, it immerses players in an intense, all-action future sport that mixes elements from different athletic fields like combat sports, motorsports, basketball and football.”
“For those of you who don’t have PlayStation VR yet, we just announced a new PS VR bundle that includes PlayStation Camera for $399 USD (MSRP) / $499 CAD (MSRP).
“Also, the existing PlayStation VR Worlds bundle (PS VR headset, PS Camera, two PlayStation Move motion controllers and PlayStation VR Worlds) is getting a lower price of $449 USD (MSRP) / $579 CAD (MSRP). With more than 100 games available, it’s never been a better time own PS VR.”
It should also be noted that That’s You! is available as a free download (as is the Companion App, which you’ll need to download to your device to play) for all PlayStation Plus members through October 23.