Today’s the last day of May and that spells good news for PlayStation Plus subscribers as Sony is going to reveal the next set of free games pretty soon. We don’t have to wait longer though as an unlisted video from PlayStation Europe reveals two of the games we’ll be getting next month and PlayStation Plus June 2017 looks exciting to say the least.
Earlier this week, players have spotted a tweet from PlayStation Turkey regarding the two titles for PlayStation Plus June 2017. The previous leak reveals that the PlayStation 4 games up for grabs are Killing Floor 2 and Life Is Strange. The leak coincides with the unlisted video from PlayStation Europe and it sort of confirms that these two games are indeed coming to us next month.
Killing Floor 2
Tripwire Interactive’s Killing Floor 2 is an exciting title and players should make sure to grab it once it goes for free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The upcoming zombie horde survival shooter is best played with friends and it’s going to suit those who enjoy Call of Duty’s Zombies Mode.
There’s a good reason why Tripwire Interactive gave Sony the go signal to make the game a free title for June and that could be because there’s an event coming for the game. Though the developer has yet to confirm it, a lot of signs are pointing to Killing Floor 2 having a summer event. This means more populated servers thanks to PlayStation Plus June 2017.
Life Is Strange
For those looking for a more relaxing experience, then Life Is Strange is the better choice. The title boasts excellent storytelling and those who love a deep narrative should try out Life Is Strange. It’s an episodic graphic adventure and it will provide more than 10 hours of game time. It’s certainly a title worth getting once the next set of free games rolls out.
Sony is still yet to reveal the full PlayStation Plus June 2017 lineup. We’ve still yet to see the titles for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. For now, the other confirmed free title is Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition for those who have yet to subscribe to PlayStation Plus, though this offer is only available in select countries.