Fans are expecting the PlayStation Plus free games June 2017 lineup soon as May reaches its last few days. The announcement is expected to happen next week as Sony has previously done so in the past years. Here’s when to expect the PlayStation Plus free games June 2017 lineup.
May 31 Announcement
The announcement is expected to be this May 31 which is just few days away from now. Sony releases the PlayStation Plus free games lineup announcements in a repeated pattern that fans can already predict the announcements per month. Sony usually announces the free games lineup on the last Wednesday of the month or the PS Plus free games month’s first Wednesday.
After the announcement, fans are expecting to the free games to be downloadable on June 6. The release of these free games are usually done on the first Tuesday of the month. June’s first Tuesday is June 6, hence Sony’s free game release date.
June is a special month for any video game related company as it is time for the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Sony and other companies sometimes give out something free to celebrate the occasion with the fans. Sony has previously added an extra PlayStation Plus free game title for its Asia subscribers during certain events in the past. The company might do the same for its North American subscribers. If we’re lucky, Sony might announce this extra PS Plus free game title during the event itself. The free games might even be previous entries that Sony will showcase in their conference.
Sony might also choose large AAA developer titles as a PlayStation Plus free game this June just to celebrate the upcoming E3 2017. The most notable PS Plus free games from June of the previous years were Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes last 2015 and NBA 2K16 last 2016.
Potential Free Games Lineup
So far, May’s notable PlayStation 4 releases include Injustice 2, The Surge, and Prey. Potentially, NetherRealm Studios and Bethesda Softworks might have a game in the PlayStation Plus Free Games June 2017 lineup to refresh the fans of their works. NetherRealm Studios’ Mortal Kombat X and Bethesda Softworks’ DOOM might be a good pick from these companies. We’ll just have to wait for Sony’s announcement to see if we’re getting anything good this June 2017.