PlayStation Plus subscribers will have access to three games in July: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 from developer Treyarch, WWE 2K battlefields by Saber Interactive and An epidemic story: innocence from Asobo-Studio. Black Ops 4 and WWE 2K battlegrounds are available both on PlayStation 4 consoles and on PlayStation 5 through backward compatibility while An epidemic story: innocence
These three games will be available for download on July 6th. Sony announced on Tuesday. Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown, which was available in June, will remain available to PlayStation Plus subscribers through August 2nd. The other PlayStation Plus games in June – Star Wars: Seasons
call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was released on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One in 2018. The game doesn’t have a single player campaign like Call of Duty games before, but various missions that concretize multiplayer character stories.
WWE 2K battlegrounds is an arcade wrestling game originally published by Saber Interactive in 2020. It replaced 2K’s annual WWE game, which was canceled afterwards WWE 2K20 has been criticized for its poor performance.
An epidemic story: innocence is an adventure survival game released by Focus Home Interactive in 2019. The game was nominated for awards for its narrative set in the late Middle Ages during the second bubonic plague pandemic.
Update (July 6th): July PlayStation Plus games are now live on PlayStation Store: