We’re a few days away from the release of the next batch of free games PlayStation Plus Subscribers of the base layer, i.e. the most basic. As has been the case for the past few months, the free-to-play lineup has leaked.
Free games for July will reportedly be Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Time for PS4 and PS5, Pictures of Darkness: Men of Medan for PS4, and Arcadegeddon for PS4 and PS5.
The leak comes from Dealabs user Billbil-kun, who has a solid track record with PlayStation Plus leaks.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is undoubtedly the biggest takeaway of July. This is the first new Crash Bandicoot game in years, releasing in 2020 after a successful remake of the classic.
The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is the first in a trilogy of Supermassive horror anthologies. Of course, Supermassive is the developer of the recently released The Quarry, and the game that made the studio famous: Until Dawn — which used to be a part of PlayStation Plus itself.
Man of Medan is already part of the Extra tier, but now it belongs to Essential.
Finally, loot shooter Arcadegeddon completes the lineup. Arcadegeddon is from Friday the 13th, IllFonic, developer of Predator: Hunting Grounds and Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed. It’s been in Early Access for a while now, but doesn’t seem to have amassed a massive following. Hopefully this will bring it back in time for the 1.0 release on July 5th.
July 5 is also when all three games are available. We expect Sony to officially announce the lineup this week around Wednesday, June 29. You have until July 4th to snag the June lineup of games.