“July, with the good that I want you”: here are the three games offered free by the blue titan for all subscribers to the PS Plus service
When a month ends, it is easy to open the dance for the incoming one: with impeccable timing Sony has just officially announced free games for july for members of PS Plus. All three, as happened with the previous triptych, were recently at the center of a leak. If, in this regard, a reminder is needed, you still have time to make your God of War, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. We also remind you that, for a week now, the revised and corrected version of the service has also been active here (with the multiple types of subscription that derive from it).
No more chatter: what are the free games with PS Plus for the month of July?
Leading the way among the free games in July is Arcadegeddon, which unlike Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl will not be the only dual format for PS Plus subscribers. In this third-person shooter, an esoteric malfunction in the arcade serves as a pretext for an experience straddling the PvE and PvP. Instead, the only one of the three in PS4 format only needs fewer introductions, namely the anxiogenic The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan. In this title, the Supermassive Games development team brings us a horror experience in an unusual context: that of the avian wrecks of the Second World War, with the complicity of today’s maritime piracy.
The new PlayStation Plus is now available…. we present the games of the month available from July 5th: https: //t.co/rMBhWL0zuY pic.twitter.com/s3hz0rTppf
— PlayStation Italia (@PlayStationIT) June 29, 2022
And then there’s him, proudly standing out in the larger image included in the tweet above. The former PlayStation mascot, now ironically (and legally) belonging to Microsoft, is available to all subscribers to the service in its latest adventure, probably the best. Let’s talk about Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, canonical sequel to Warped from 1998 (and, as such, a possible replacement for The Wrath of Cortex). The game, while sinning in the excess of zeal in re-proposing the difficulty of the original trilogy, has shown that Naughty Dog’s (not) firstborn still has a lot to say. You will have time from July 5th to August 1st!
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