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Every PS4 and PS5 game coming out in September 2022

Playstation 4 with The Last Guardian and Uncharted 4 boxes
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New and exciting PS4  and PS5 releases seem to come out each month, giving dedicated gamers plenty of worlds to choose from. With the PS5 being a powerful console and Sony branching out into more third-party games, there are more options to keep track of than ever.

Fortunately, we've gathered all of the best titles and listed other worthy games for you to consider adding to your collection. Here are all the PS4 and PS5 releases to look out for in September.

The Last of Us Part 1 (PS5) - Sept. 2

The Last of Us originally released in 2013 and quickly became a classic. Since then, the game has been remastered, and now, it's been remade for the PS5. Unlike the remaster, which just focused on graphical changes, The Last of Us Part I remake features totally revised gameplay, controls, performance, and even accessibility options, bringing the game more in line its sequel on the PS5. 

For those who haven't gotten the chance to play yet, or just want to relive one of the biggest games of all-time ahead of the HBO adaptation, now's the time to experience it. 

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The Last of Us Part 1 

Relive one of the greatest games ever made with new stunning graphics, gameplay updates, and more. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

NBA 2K23 (PS4 & PS5) - Sept. 9

Basketball season is almost around the corner, and ahead of the regular season, the latest entry from 2K Sports arrives this month. As is the case with most of its annual releases, NBA 2K23 will deliver an updated graphics and animation experience, some new gameplay elements, and more. 

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NBA 2K23 

As the de facto best simulation basketball game on the market, NBA 2K23 once again aims to deliver some key changes to keep the game feeling fresh. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

FIFA 23 (PS4 & PS5) - Sept. 30

It should come as no surprise that soccer (or football, if you prefer) is the biggest sport on the planet, and FIFA 23 hopes to continue upping its game for those fans. This year will see new improvements to the game's Career Mode, including the ability to play as some real-world managers located across FIFA. 

As far as other big news goes, FIFA 23 also marks the final game in the partnership between EA and FIFA, leaving the series' future in unknown territories. 

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FIFA 23 

Step onto the pitch and take part in the beautiful game, in what might be the final EA and FIFA game ever. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

Other PlayStation 4 games releasing in September 2022

  • Chenso Club - Sept. 1 
  • Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness - Sept. 1 
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R - Sept. 2 
  • Lego Brawls - Sept. 2 
  • Circus Electrique - Sept. 6 
  • Temtem - Sept. 6 
  • The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition - Sept. 6 
  • Train Sim World 3 - Sept. 6 
  • Alice Gear Aegis CS: Concerto of Simulatrix - Sept. 8 
  • The Fox Awaits Me - Sep. 8 
  • Steelrising - Sept. 8 
  • Tower Princess - Sept. 8 
  • White Day: A Labyrinth Named School - Sept. 8 
  • Isonzo - Sept. 13 
  • Little Orpheus - Sept. 13 
  • Blind Fate: Edo No Yami - Sept. 15 
  • Despot's Game - Sept. 15 
  • Dragon Quest X Offline - Sept. 15 
  • Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord - Sept. 15 
  • SBK 22 - Sept. 15 
  • Trinity Trigger - Sept. 15 
  • Construction Simulator - Sept. 20 
  • Jack Move - Sept. 20 
  • The DioField Chronicle - Sept. 22 
  • OneShot: World Machine Edition - Sept. 22 
  • Potion Permit - Sept. 22 
  • Serial Cleaners - Sept. 22 
  • Session: Skate Sim - Sept. 22 
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms - Sept. 23 
  • Alfred Hitchcock — Vertigo - Sept. 27 
  • Hokko Life - September 27 
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero - Sept. 27 
  • Moonscars - Sept.27 
  • Tunic - Sept. 27 
  • Harvest OverRay + Ano Ko wa Ore kara Hanarenai - Sept. 29 
  • KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World! Cursed Relic and the Perplexed Adventurers - Sept. 29 
  • Labyrinth of Zangetsu - Sept. 29 
  • The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II -CRIMSON SiN- - Sept. 29 
  • Little Witch Nobeta - Sept. 29 
  • Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous - Sept. 29 
  • Post Void - Sept. 29 
  • Valkyrie Elysium - Sept. 29 
  • Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth - Sept. 29 
  • Airoheart - Sept. 30 
  • Blade Assault - Sept. 30 
  • Bunny Park - Sept. 30 
  • Lemon Cake - Sept. 30  
  • Paw Patrol: Grand Prix - Sept. 30 

PlayStation 5 games releasing in September 2022

  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R - Sept. 2 
  • Lego Brawls - Sept. 2 
  • Biomutant - Sept. 6 
  • Circus Electrique - Sept. 6 
  • Temtem - Sept. 6 
  • Train Sim World 3 - Sept. 6 
  • Alice Gear Aegis CS: Concerto of Simulatrix - Sept. 8 
  • Steelrising - Sept. 8 
  • White Day: A Labyrinth Named School - Sept. 8 
  • Isonzo - Sept. 13 
  • Little Orpheus - Sept. 13 
  • Blind Fate: Edo No Yami - Sept. 15 
  • Despot's Game - Sept. 15 
  • Dragon Quest X Offline - Sept. 15 
  • Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord - Sept. 15 
  • Metal: Hellsinger - Sept. 15 
  • Outer Wilds - Sept. 15 
  • SBK 22 - Sept. 15 
  • Trinity Trigger - Sept. 15 
  • Construction Simulator - Sept. 20 
  • Hardspace: Shipbreaker - Sept. 20 
  • Soulstice - Sept. 20 
  • The DioField Chronicle - Sept. 22 
  • Potion Permit - Sept. 22 
  • Serial Cleaners - Sept. 22 
  • Session: Skate Sim - Sept. 22 
  • DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms - Sept. 23 
  • Alfred Hitchcock — Vertigo - Sept. 27 
  • Moonscars - Sept. 27 
  • Tunic - Sept. 27 
  • The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II -CRIMSON SiN- - Sept. 29 
  • Post Void - Sept. 29 
  • Valkyrie Elysium - Sept. 29 
  • Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth - Sept. 29 
  • Airoheart - Sept. 30 
  • Blade Assault - Sept. 30 
  • Bunny Park - Sept. 30 
  • Lemon Cake - Sept. 30  
  • Paw Patrol: Grand Prix - Sept. 30 

It's important to note that some of the releases planned this month for next-gen consoles are just upgrades of current-gen games. Certain titles are getting upgrades to take advantage of the newer systems, so you don't have to worry about buying any new copies if you own these games already.

DLC releasing in September 2022

  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Lost Depths - Sept. 6

What are you playing?

The fall is officially upon us, and with it comes a handful of some of the biggest and most anticipated game releases. Despite a relatively slow start to the year leading into an even slower summer, there are still some big titles here for fans looking to check out.

First up, The Last of Us Part 1 delivers a remake of one of the biggest and best games ever made, and something that any fans of narrative-based video games should play. 

If you're a fan of sports games, then September is a huge month for you. Not only is the latest basketball game, NBA 2K23, coming out, but so is the latest entry in the long-running soccer series, FIFA 23.

Looking forward to a different release? Shoot us a tweet over at @AndroidCentral (opens in new tab) and tell us all about it.

Anthony Nash has been writing about games and the gaming industry for nearly a decade. When he’s not writing about games, he’s usually playing them. You can find him on Twitter talking about games or sports at @_anthonynash.

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