September’s PlayStation Plus lineup features Hitman 2 and Overcooked

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What are the new PS Plus games for September 2021?

PlayStation Plus subscribers will get free access to three games in September: IO Interactive's Hitman 2 and IllFonic's Predator: Hunting Grounds for PlayStation 4, and Ghost Town Games' Overcooked! All You Can Eat for PlayStation 5. All three games will be available for download via PS Plus starting Sept. 7. PolygonPlayStation Plus September 2021 free games announced

The PlayStation Plus lineup for September 2021 has been locked in, and it’s a pretty good month for co-op aficionados. Overcooked! All You Can EatHitman 2, and Predator: Hunting Grounds will be the three games available for Plus subscribers this month.

The PlayStation 5-specific game this month is Overcooked, the cooperative cooking experience. You have to deal with hazards and obstacles while trying to complete tickets, and it is both stressful and really fun. The All You Can Eat edition packs in both the first and second Overcooked! games, as well as some additional content. Really, for an upcoming fall season where you might need to entertain some family, this is sure to be a hit (or potentially ruin relationships, who knows).

Hitman 2 is one of the two PlayStation 4 games, and really, if you haven’t played any of the entries in IO’s Hitman reboot trilogy, check this out. Hitman 2 has some good variety in its maps and is a general blast to play. The Miami level is honestly one of the better ones in the series, in my humble Hitman opinion.

Predator: Hunting Grounds rounds out the September PlayStation Plus roster, and it’s a bit of a flawed game. Still, it sounds like it might be worth checking out as a free option for co-op night with your friends. I wonder if playing both this and the new Aliens game at the same time will create a new Alien vs. Predator.

These three games will be available from Sept. 7 through Oct. 4. This also serves as a reminder that you’ve got a few more days until Sept. 6, when Hunter’s Arena: LegendsPlants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and Tennis World Tour 2 leave the Plus lineup.

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Paramount has pushed back the releases of several of its upcoming movies as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on.

"Jackass Forever" (originally slated for Oct. 22, 2021) will now debut on Feb. 4, 2022, "Top Gun: Maverick" (Nov. 19, 2021) will now debut on May 27, 2022 and 'Mission: Impossible 7" (May 27, 2022) will hit theaters on Sept. 30, 2022, per Variety

Tom Cruise, a vocal proponent of COVID-safe film productions, stars in both "Top Gun: Maverick," a sequel to the 1986 hit, and "Mission: Impossible 7," a continuation of his popular spy action-thriller franchise. 

Both films have seen a number of release delays since the down of the pandemic, as movie theaters have either been closed, had limited audiences or have failed to attract pre-pandemic level audiences that pricey tentpole films rely on so heavily.

"Jackass Forever," starring Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O as regulars of the shock comedy franchise has seen several delays in its own right.

The move by Paramount is the biggest made a studio or distributor in recent months, with others like MGM ("Respect") and Disney ("Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings") have stuck to their summer release dates despite a lack of a downtick in coronavirus cases in the US.

The shuffle is also another blow to theater owners, who were banking on Cruise's pictures to help reinvigorate the box office, which has – for the most part – been dull for over a year.

However, there are still several other large titles coming this year that could help the bounce office bounce back, unless their studios follow in Paramount's footsteps and remove them from 2021's release schedule.

Among the films that carry a promise of financial success for theaters are "Dear Evan Hansen" (Sept. 24), "No Time to Die" (Oct. 8), "Eternals" (Nov. 5), "West Side Story" (Dec. 10) and more.

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