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PlayStation Plus Games For July Announced By Sony

PlayStation have announced the PlayStation Plus games for July. There’s a nice variety of titles on offer this month, including the PS5 remaster of a PS4 cult hit.

PS Plus subscribers are treated to a couple of “free” games each month, which can be downloaded and played for as long as the subscription stays active. Sony has been offering two “free” PS4 games, and one PS5 game for the last few months, giving PS5 console owners a chance to play some more games.

Last month we saw Star Wars Squadrons, Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown (PS4) and Operation: Tango (PS5).

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What do we have this month?

PlayStation Plus Games – July 2021

A Plague Tale innocence is the PS5 game this month. When the game released on PS4 in 2019 I gave it a fairly favourable review stating:

“A Plague Tale: Innocence is a well crafted single-player game that feels like something different. It may have its problems but the world it creates is beautiful and haunting at the same time. Its protagonists are endearing and, although it kind of loses its way in the closing hours of the game, it has left me excited to see what the developers do next.

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The game is set in France during the Black Death period of the Hundred Years’ War. You follow two siblings, Amicia and her younger brother Hugo in a quest to survive.

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Making up the PS4 games are Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which was 2018’s Call of Duty game. It’s a pretty fun Call of Duty experience and, if you haven’t played it before, it’s definitely worth diving in to see if it gels with you.

The final game is WWE 2K Battlegrounds. A cartoony take on wrestling action the game shouldn’t be taken too seriously and captures the spirit of old school arcade wrestling games. It only released last year so its arrived on PS+ pretty quickly.

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Check out our video about why it’s worth checking out.

What do you think of this months PlayStation Plus games? Let us know on Twitter.

Featured image credit: Sony

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