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August Playstation Plus Exclusives: Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout and Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered

If you’re one of those dudes that’s lucky enough to have a Playstation Plus subscription, well August may just be your month. News from Playstation would surely make everyone happy, as they give a taste from very polarized titles. For one, there’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Campaign Remastered for your FPS pleasure. The other game is Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, a fresh multiplayer concept that takes the battle royale mode to a whole new level. Both Games shall be available until the release of the September exclusives from Playstation Plus.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered takes you back to 2009, as they boast a fresh visual take on the PS3 classic. Despite failing to include the multiplayer option, the gameplay still does not disappoint and is very reminiscent on over how it plays roughly 10 years ago. It’s actually not that far a feel from Epic Games’ Saints Row: The Third Remastered.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout on Steam

If you still haven’t caught wind of this game yet, you’re probably isolating and quarantining yourself too much. It’s gaming’s next big hit, packaged in 60 small creatures vying for the number 1 position. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is one of the fresher takes towards mini-game driven titles, standing to be quite reminiscent of Mario Party but adding a battle royale feel to seal the deal. It’s not that hard to get addicted to it, and as you play you suddenly realize that you may have been in too deep too much. Just fairly recently they put up some patches, offering new outfits and newer metas to make the game squeaky clean.

Does this offer make you want to get yourself a 1-year subscription to Playstation Plus too? It’d be a shame to keep missing out, gladly it’d only dent your wallet around $36 just to keep you away from the FOMO. Watch out as we update you soon on PS Plus’ September exclusives.

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