With a new month approaching, PlayStation Plus subscribers should be ready for their next game as we enter July. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait too long to find out later what the recent leak was to blame. Confirmed by Sonynext month’s list looks decent.
French leaker billbil — who previously documented the PS Plus rumors. February lineup and Horizon Forbidden West and scarlet nexus—Tweeted on June 28th What will Sony’s service subscribers get in July?Spooky Horror Games Listed alan wake remasteredfirst-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold Wara survival adventure game Demise – Extinction Forever.
Notable video game trading Twitter accounts Warrior64 clarified These three PS Plus games in July are part of the Essentials tier, PlayStation’s $10 starter plan that offers free games, store discounts, and access to online multiplayer. Above this is a $15 add-on plan that has the same features as the Essentials tier, but also adds additional PlayStation 4 and 5 games via the now-closed PS Now service. Finally, the $18 Premium tier includes streaming PS3 games, access to classic titles from older PlayStation consoles, limited-time game trials, plus everything Essentials and Extra do. Premium is the most cost-effective, but you don’t have to upgrade to check out these PS Plus games.
PS Plus lineup for July 2023
- alan wake remastered
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
- Demise – Extinction Forever
According to the French site D Lab, all three games will be available for download from July 4th to July 31st, with PS4 and 5 versions each. Once downloaded, it will remain in your library for as long as you are a PS Plus subscriber.
Kotaku We reached out to Sony for comment.
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