The games have been revealed. Check out the lineup below!
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 | PS4
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 delivers a trio of action-packed multiplayer-modes* for first-person shooter fans. First there’s the series’ iconic multiplayer experience pitting players against each other worldwide. Second, is the fan-favourite Zombies experience, letting you and friends battle the undead. Last but not least is Blackout, an intense large-map mode inspired by battle royale. Blackout brings together characters, locations, weapons and gear from across the series in all-out survival combat – all with a unique Black Ops twist.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds | PS4
The world of WWE is your battleground with over-the-top, arcade action as your favorite WWE Superstars and Legends battle in interactive environments around the world. Play through a new story mode while unlocking unique characters and Battlegrounds. Compete using special abilities and power-ups in match types like Steel Cage, Royal Rumble, and more! Compete in Online Tournaments or stake your claim as King of the Battleground against players from around the world!* Plus, battle it out in local multiplayer and dominate your friends.
A Plague Tale: Innocence | PS5 version only
The critically acclaimed adventure releases on PS5 with 4K native resolution, targeted 60 FPS, highly improved visuals, and fast loading – and makes its debut onto PlayStation Plus. Follow the tale of young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, in a heartrending journey through the darkest hours of history. Hunted by Inquisition soldiers and surrounded by unstoppable swarms of rats, Amicia and Hugo will come to know and trust each other. As they struggle to survive against overwhelming odds, they will fight to find purpose in this brutal, unforgiving world.
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Summer is here – and that means fresh PlayStation Plus games are just around the corner. PlayStation fans will no doubt be looking to the end of the month for the PlayStation Plus July games.
And so they should, with the likes of Oddworld: Soulstorm, Bugsnax, and Destruction All-Stars all dropping into the service in recent months. In fact, since the start of this console generation, Sony has been killing it with both PS4 and PS5 games.
All of those freebies (and online play) have helped PS Plus subscribers hit over 47 million worldwide.
That's not all, though, as it appears Sony could be about to add a new 'Video Pass' to the service if a leaked logo is to be believed.
Here's everything we know so far about the PlayStation Plus July 2021 games, including all potential predictions, rumours and leaks.
When Will PS Plus July 2021 Games Be Announced?
Traditionally PS Plus games have always been announced on the last Wednesday of the month at 4.30 pm on the dot.
The announced titles then become available to download from the PSN store on the first Tuesday of the month.
Some months this means the games arrive a bit earlier. But some months, it means there's a slightly longer wait than normal, such as this month.
Due to the way the days have fallen in the month, Sony will announce the PS Plus June 2021 free games lineup on Wednesday, June 30.
When Will PS Plus July 2021 Come Out?
Again, the date new PS Plus games become available is like clockwork, with the new games available to download from the PSN store on the first Tuesday of the month.
Looking ahead, the PS Plus March 2021 free games will be available to download on the PlayStation store on Tuesday 6 July 2021.
PS Plus July 2021 Leaks and Predictions
Update - June 17
Focus Home announced a next-gen upgrade for A Plague Tale Innocence during the Xbox Extended showcase. It releases July 6 and will launch on PS5 too, so it could be a PS Plus title.
That comes from ResetEra member Deluxera, who also stated that a sequel called A Plague Tale: Requiem would be announced at E3, coming to Game Pass on day one. Considering that actually happened, it adds weight to this leak, but the remaster remains unconfirmed for now.
PS Plus July 2021 Deals
There aren't a great number of deals out there right now, but we'll be sure to keep scouring the web.
For three month subscriptions, you can get one from Amazon for £19.99.