Fall Guys & Call of Duty Headline PlayStation Plus For August 2020

You already know which one we are looking forward to.

Fall Guys

If you’ve been eager to try a different kind of battle royale or want to be transported back to your youth, August 2020’s PlayStation Plus offerings could be just what you’re after.

The headlining act, and we mean this sincerely, is Fall Guys, which will launch as a PlayStation Plus game on PS4. This was hinted at in Devolver’s recent E3 “stream” in which Shuhei Yoshida popped up and the release date for the game was announced, coinciding with the the same date as new Plus games becoming available.

Fall Guys is a 60-person online multiplayer game that’s basically Takeshi’s Castle: The Video Game, and yes: we are here for it. Fight to be the last Guy standing in this fun distraction from the typical battle royale. It’s very silly and looks like a total breath of fresh air. You can download this one from August 4th until the 31st.

Available from tomorrow, though, is Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, the single-player standalone that’s a remaster of the bonafide shooter classic. The last Call of Duty campaign that didn’t absolutely jump the shark and then try to explode said shark with a nuke, it’s worthwhile for those who never experienced it at the time, but this remaster is catered to the veterans. It’s also silly, but in a different way to Fall Guys.

More good news comes in the form of a free multiplayer weekend, meaning that you will be able to play any premium games online without being a PlayStation Plus subscriber. Starting Saturday August 8th at 12:01am, the free weekend will last until Sunday August 9 at 11:59pm local time.

Which of these two games are you most looking forward to playing this month, and why is it Fall Guys? Don’t forget that you must be a PlayStation Plus subscriber to access them and that you also have time to download last month’s free games.

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