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The PS4 Channel: Your one-stop on all your PS4 console and game news, leaks, and announcements.

While the Xbox One X might be on the horizon, the Sony PS4 is still the undisputed champion of the console wars. For those of you who just can't get enough info about the Playstation 4, you'll be able to find out all about the console as well as everything you can play on it thanks to the Blasting News PS4 Channel. There are plenty of people who are perfectly happy playing their games on the PS4 Pro anyway, knowing that the Xbox One X doesn't appear to be any kind of console that is impressing the masses anyway.

We're just a little over a week away from "Destiny 2" launching on the PS4 and the PS4 and for the first time in the young franchise's history, the PC.

Of course, that's hardly the only big game that is arriving for the console. August 25 is the unofficial start of football season, thanks to the launch of "Madden 18."

This year is the first time that any game in the "Madden franchise" has a full fledged story mode. That mode, called "Longshot" has so far managed to pull down fairly decent reviews. Those who have played it have called it a kind of merging with the regular features we see in the "Madden" games with what we generally see in the Telltale games series. Some people are just going to want to get down to business but others are likely going to like what they see with the brand new mode.

PS4 Plus games getting announced next week

One of the most exciting things about the end of the month is that sooner or later, we're going to see what games people can get absolutely free at the beginning of September. So far, we have no real idea what games we can expect to see.

The August PS4 offerings were among the best in quite some time thanks to "Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry" and "Just Cause 3" both being completely free, as long as you have membership in PS Plus.

That followed a July lineup that included one of the best survival horror games o the last decade in "Until Dawn."

For the moment, there isn't anything more than people claiming they know what is going to be offered on the PS Plus lineup. Anyone who attempts to guess is likely just going to be very wrong. You'll want to come back and check out what that lineup is here on the PS4 channel next week. Expect that lineup to be officially unveiled sometime early in the week as the following Tuesday will be the first in the month of September.

If you have a question, comment or you want to give us a tip, you can hit up the channel administrator Oliver VanDervoort on Twitter at @originalovandy.