Game news PS+: The “free” PS5 and PS4 games of July 2022
And here we go again into a new round. After a month of June dedicated to struggle, PlayStation Plus returns with a new formula to offer us the different titles that will be offered throughout the month of July to all PlayStation Plus subscription owners. .
Regardless of whether you have a PS+ Premium, PS+ Extra or PS+ Essential subscription (the cheapest option in Sony service), from 5th Julyaround 5 p.m., it will be possible to go with three new games, starting with the 3D platformer Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, but also with the horror game The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan or even the Arcadegeddon multiplayer experience .
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (PS4/PS5)
We start with excellence, viz Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. If the title is from Toys for Bob, and not from the developers of Naughty Dog, still note that it is in no way inferior to the previous works. Beautiful and surprising at the same time, the game proposes to discover a multitude of hostile environments in which you will have to jump and turn as usual while taking control of Crash to reach the end. In addition, in this fourth opus, in addition to the marsupial, it is also possible to control other heroes and even certain anti-heroes, starting with Dr. Neo cortex.
The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan (PS4/PS5)
It continues with the arrival of The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan in service. Even if we were a bit disappointed with the controller in hand and the game is already available to download in PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium, The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan remains a terrifying adventure, especially if you like it has excellent until dawn. In fact, behind this proposal is SuperMassive Games, the developers of the PlayStation 4 exclusive, in a ghost ship against themselves. Damn good program.
We end with a certain Arcadegedon. Arcadegeddon is a cooperative multiplayer shooter – also playable solo – in which the participants have to face ever-increasing enemy forces. In fact, every time a level is passed, the difficulty increases radically. But that’s not the software’s greatest interest. Arcadegeddon is particularly useful if you want to take full advantage of DualSense, the PlayStation 5’s controller: haptic feedback and adaptive triggers make excellent use of this suggestion. Finally, note that the levels are randomly generated for strong replayability.
To find out more about the PS+ program for the month of June, which will be available until July 4th, we recommend you visit this link.
About the new PlayStation Plus:
What is PlayStation Plus?
The PlayStation Plus is the subscription formula of the PS4 and PS5. Through various offers, you can enjoy hundreds of PlayStation titles, a list of retro games from PS1 to PS3, and even streaming playback depending on your subscription level.
What are the 3 PS Plus offers?
The PlayStation Plus consists of three tiers: Essential ($8.99/month), Extra ($13.99/month) and Premium ($16.99/month). The former offers the same advantages as the old PS Plus (play online, save to the cloud, games included every month, exclusive discounts via the PlayStation Store). The second also benefits from a catalog of around 400 PS4 titles | PS5. And the third adds, in addition to retro software (PSP, PS1, PS2, PSP), reading a selection of games remotely thanks to streaming and – importantly – demos to test a handful of blockbusters.
Who can benefit from free PlayStation Plus games?
Depending on your subscription, you won’t have access to the same games. PlayStation Plus Essential entitles you to the PS Plus Collection (PS5 only) and monthly titles. The perk gives you access to a PS4 Catalog | PS5 of around 400 apps. And with Premium, you get almost 340 retro games, stream PS3 titles and demos.