PS Plus Extra adds 3 great local co-op games this month


Sony will update its PlayStation Plus offering later this month by adding three great local co-op games to PS Plus Extra.

PlayStation Plus Extra, the second-highest tier of Sony’s PlayStation Plus subscription service, will add three local co-op games on September 20. Sony has now established a pattern for updating its PS Plus Extra and Premium ranges around the middle of the month, and September 2022 will be no exception. On September 20, the PS Plus Extra library will be updated again, this time with at least three local co-op games for higher PlayStation Plus subscribers to check out.


On September 20, PS Plus Extra and Premium subscribers will be able to checkout Rayman Legends, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Gameand Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition with their subscriptions. All three games are notable for being well received by fans and critics alike, receiving strong reviews, especially praise for their co-op integration. Better yet, all three games have local co-op support, which is always appreciated at a time when the vast majority of games only use online options.

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Rayman Legends is the headliner of the new local co-op games coming to PS Plus Extra on September 20. It received critical acclaim at the time of its original release in 2013. Rayman Legends is widely regarded as one of the better platform games of the past decade. The entire game can be played with up to four players in local co-op, with plenty of collectibles and hidden content to hunt down.

PS Plus Co-op Games September 2022

  • Rayman Legends
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game
  • Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Gamemeanwhile, a co-op beat ’em up is based on the Scott pilgrim against the world comic book series. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game was infamously removed from digital storefronts at the time, but Ubisoft has revived it for modern platforms. It tells the story of the comic book in the guise of a classic arcade beat ’em up, while also incorporating RPG elements. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game earned mostly positive reviews and like Rayman Legendsup to four people can play it at once.


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