After days of waiting, Sony has finally unveiled the lineup of free titles for its premium subscribers. There are a few good titles in store for players come July, so be sure to free up some space on your consoles. Here are the PlayStation Plus Free Games for July. And sorry, but The Evil Within isn?t coming this month.
One of the highlights of this month?s lineups is Furi. This action game from The Game Breakers focuses on 1-on-1 battles and a fast-paced dual-stick shooter levels. The highlight of Furi is of course the 1-on-1 battles that tests the players reflexes and skill. Those looking for a ?challenge should definitely get this game.
If you though Saints Row 4 was crazy, then you won?t believe how insane Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell. The game is currently 75% off on Steam?s Summer Picnic Sale, but PS4 owners will get it for free through PlayStation Plus Free Games. Expect the same crazy gameplay from Saints Row but only better and more explosive.
Aside from the free titles, PlayStation Plus subscribers will also have an extra perk next month. Starting on July 5, subscribers will receive the Paragon Starter Pack. This includes an early access to Epic Games? upcoming 3rd person free-to-play MOBA. Other inclusions of the pack are three Master Challenges that when completed, will give players hero skins, exp boosts and more.
Released way back in 2009, Fat Princess is a charming team-based game that pits two teams against each other to accomplish an objective. The game features cute but gory art style, classes and exciting PVP action. If you?ve never played the game before then you?re in luck now as you can get it for free. The other title on the other hand is 2006?s Old West themed Call of Juarez. Expect showdowns from this shooter.
Moving on over to the Vita?s offerings, Sony will offer Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines for free. The game is a must-have for traditional RPG fans as it feels like the typical JRPG we?ve come to play and love from before.
The other PlayStation Plus free game is Prince of Persia: Revelations. Originally a PSP title, Sony has made it compatible for the Vita so players won?t have any trouble running it.