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Rumored PlayStation Plus Games for September Leaked

Rumors have surfaced suggesting that the games coming to PlayStation Plus in September have been leaked. According to reports, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny and Tekken 6 might be the games included in the lineup. Although there has been no official confirmation yet, the evidence seems to point towards their inclusion.

The Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has recently rated both titles for PS5 and PS4, indicating that these games might be added to the Classics collection for PlayStation Plus Premium users. This is a pattern that has been observed in the past, where games that received similar ratings were later confirmed to be coming to PlayStation Classics.

In addition, there has been a trend of PSP titles being added to the Classics collection recently, such as MediEvil: Resurrection and Ape Escape: On the Loose. It seems that PlayStation is giving some attention to iconic PSP games, and Tekken 6 and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny are certainly among them.

Both games, released in 2007 and 2009 respectively, have a loyal fanbase. Their arcade-style fighting mechanics and engaging storylines have made them popular choices for fans of the genre. The inclusion of these retro classics in the PlayStation Plus lineup would surely be well-received, especially considering that some popular games will be leaving the service in September.

While there is still no official confirmation, there is hope that good things are coming from Sony. Whether it's these two games or other beloved titles, PlayStation Plus subscribers can look forward to exciting additions in the near future.

The next PlayStation Plus update is scheduled for September 19, where several games, including Chicory and Watch Dogs 2, will be removed from the lineup.