PS Plus June 2017 Lineup Revealed; Life is Strange and Killing Floor 2 Makes the Cut

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PS Plus June 2017 lineup revealed

The month of May has been quite a good month for PS Plus subscribers. Members were gifted with the whole pack of good games starting of with Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands. Of course, there were a few indie games in the list like the super-fun Laser Disco Defenders. Now the June is already here, it is now time to look forward to what Sony has in store for its PS Plus members.

Unfortunately, the PS Plus June 2017 list is consisted mostly of indie game title. However, subscribers should not fret for they are quite a good bunch. Starting of with Life is Strange by Dontnod Entertainment.

The game focuses on Max Caulfield, a photography student who discovers she has the power to control time. She uses this power to save her town and find a missing person.

Life is Strange was release along with its first episode back in January 2015. The game has a total of five episodes that were released a few months after each other. The last episode was made public in October of the same year. To celebrate its first anniversary, the developer released a disc version of the game.

After Life is Strange comes The Killing Floor 2. This first person shooter was developed and published by Tripwire Interactive. The game is played either alone or as a coop mode with up to six players. It is based on the events following the prequel of the same title. The main objective of the game is kill zombies and craft weapons to help with character development.

As for the PS3, titles include Abyss Odyssey and WRC 5: World Rally Championship. Finally, for the PS Vita, subscribers will have Neon Chrome and Spy Chameleon. As with most PS Vita titles for PS Plus, these two are compatible with the PS4 too.

Unfortunately, until now, Sony is still a bit reluctant at giving free contents for Playstation VR owners. Perhaps this will be the case for months to come until such time that the platform has enough titles to offer. For more tech updates, be sure to check us out at TheBitbag.

Also read: PS5 2018 Release, Rumors: Should We Expect Next Console As Sony Cancels PS3 Production In Japan?

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