As is known, the free games for PlayStation Plus Essential members are already leaking again. A total of three titles will be available for the PS4 and PS5 starting July 5, 2022, including Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time and the new Arcadegeddon.
Again, it’s the often reliable French bargain platform deal abs, which leaked the free games that will be available to download from early July for all subscribers to the PlayStation Plus Essential bundle (or higher). An official confirmation from Sony, in this case, is still pending, but the three leaked games have to be set. July’s free titles include Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (PS5/PS4), The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan (PS4), and Arcadegeddon (PS5/PS4).
While Activision’s Crash Bandicoot 4, still the latest console game in the series, has been out for over two years, Arcadegeddon in particular should come as a surprise to many players. While the co-op shooter is already available in Early Access, it won’t officially celebrate its final release until July 5, 2022. So in theory it will be available to PlayStation Plus Essential members from day 1. The adventure Man of Medan, on the other hand, is almost three years old and thus appears without a real PlayStation 5 optimization.
New exclusive games for Extra and Premium members
More game reboots can be expected later in July, which is expected to be available exclusively to PlayStation Plus subscribers in the new “Extra” and “Premium” tiers. As with the Xbox Game Pass, monthly additions and departures are expected.
From the first clues, It is already clear that the exclusive title Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart could be added. Sony should make an official announcement to the public by Wednesday at the latest. It remains to be seen whether the entire fireplace will be fired in terms of Essential, Extra, and Premium.
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