September is almost halfway through and PlayStation fans are now anticipating what games will be included on next month’s PlayStation Plus free games list. As always, most fans are expecting that Sony will be including more AAA titles than the indie ones since the opposite scenario has been observed by fans in the previous rosters.
One of the games currently making a buzz as likely to land a spot on next month’s list is “Nights of Azure” from Japanese game developer Gust. Released almost a year ago, the role-playing game features main character Arnice who has vampire-like attributes, not to mention her ability to wield a so-called blood sword that came from her own blood.
Another game from Japan entitled “BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend” is rumored to be added to next month’s free games roster. “BlazBlue” is a fighting game developed Arc System Works. It came out in 2012 for all major gaming platforms including the PlayStation Vita.
Meanwhile, “Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus” from game developer Tamsoft is also rumored to be one of the inductees for next month. The game was made available through PlayStation Vita and Windows PC almost two years ago. Moreover, the game will be like a battle royal among three formidable ninja schools to see which among these warring universities is the best in town.
Furthermore, another notable game rumored to be included next month is Ubisoft’s “From Dust” which was rolled out in 2011. The game was released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and the PC during that time. The god-like protagonist is set to guide and save a certain tribe in the game as their civilization progresses through time.
Sony, on the other hand, is still mum as to what the titles for next month’s free games roster will be so gamers should be taking the aforementioned titles with a pinch of salt.