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PlayStation Plus drops 6 bonus free downloads, available now

PlayStation Plus drops 6 bonus free downloads, available now

PlayStation Plus members will want to download these free DLC packs!

PlayStation Plus is the gift that keeps on giving, well, as long as you continue to pay the subscription fee, of course.

Depending on which tier of the Sony service that you subscribe to, customers will benefit from a wide selection of video games to enjoy. For example, those who subscribe to the basic PS Plus Essential will have a new selection of monthly games to add to their library, as well as standard access to online gaming.

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PS Plus Extra offers everything that is included in the Essential tier, but with a much wider selection of PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 games to choose from. As for the PS Plus Premium tier, you get everything that is included in Essential and Extra, but with even more PS5 and PS4 games, and an additional selection of PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP titles. You even gain access to cloud gaming and game trials.

However, it doesn't matter which of the three tiers that you subscribe to, all will benefit from bonuses such as free DLC. Typically the free DLC could include exclusive content for the likes of Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Fall Guys and more.

As shared in a Reddit post, this month for PlayStation Plus September 2023, we have even more free DLC for subscribers to download at no extra cost. The free DLC includes ‘Sackboy’s Adventure Pack’ for Fall Guys, ‘Tracer Will-O’-Wisp Bonus Pack’ for Overwatch 2, bonus currency for Konami’s eFootball, and more.

To download the bonus PS Plus DLC simply visit the ‘PlayStation Plus Exclusive Packs’ tab on your PS5 or PS4 console as well as via the PlayStation mobile app. You can even download the bonus DLC by visiting the dedicated PS Store section on the official website.

In recent news, PlayStation users are downloading a controversial game to receive free store credit, and PS Plus subscribers have one last chance to play this classic at no extra cost before it leaves the service on 19 September.

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