PS Plus games from July 2022 leaked on the Internet – Eurogamer.net

The free PlayStation Plus offer from July 2022 will include Crash Bandicoot 4 and The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan.

That’s according to Dealabs poster billbil-kun, who – as always – knows which titles will be next in Sony’s offer of free games for PlayStation Plus next month.

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While we have to take this with the usual pinch of proverbial salt, the billbil-kun has been many, many times ahead of Sony’s official announcement and hasn’t made a mistake so far.

There will be three titles, that’s all; Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Time and Arcadegeddon will be available to players on PS4 and PS5, while The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is only available on PS4.

Crash Bandicoot 4 got a badge from us Recommended when Chris reviewed it in late 202, saying it was “little gem”while Edwin said it The man from Medan was a “small but accomplished maritime horror story”.

Remember that you can still take God of War 2018, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl at no extra cost – of course if you have a valid PS Plus subscription – until July 4th.

PS Plus was re-launched just this week in the UK and Europe, exceeds the promised number of cataloged gamesbut already some of his games have an expiration date.

Right at the bottom of the catalog is a section called “Last Chance to Play”. Currently, two games are listed: the PS4 game Shadow Warrior 3 and the PS3 game Syberia. The first should leave the Extra catalog on July 5, 2022 – although it is on PS Now from March 1 – while the second will leave the Premium on July 19, 2022.

“The fantasy about subscription services is that one day we will have time,” Donlan writes in his an excellent two-day trip through PS Plus. “I joined Game Pass for the same reason I own a bunch of great, wonderful novels that I have yet to read: Ooh, one day I’ll have time for that.”


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