With the brand new and improved PS Plus subscription service now available to PlayStation players across the globe, it was only a matter of time before the first batch of PS Plus Essential games of the new era were leaked ahead of their official announcement.
A lot of things have changed with the brand new PS Plus service. With three tiers to choose from, each of which provides its own benefits and two of the trio even having unique game libraries for players to enjoy; it can be quite confusing for existing subscribers to know what's happening.
Luckily for subscribers, the standard monthly games are staying for subscribers to every tier and remain unchanged. Here's what we know about July's PS Plus games.
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July's PS Plus Games Revealed
This newest set of leaks comes from user billbil-kun on French Website Dealabs. Billbil-kun is a reliable and frequent leaker of PS Plus titles in the past. They currently have a 100% track record so it's likely that this rumoured line-up will be what's confirmed in the coming days.
The three games rumoured to be free for PS Plus subscribers includes 2020's Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time from Toys for Bob, 2019's The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan from The Quarry developers Supermassive Games and 2021's Arcadegeddon from Friday the 13th: The Game developers IllFonic.
This month is slightly different to prior months for new PS Plus games, however, Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time and Arcadegeddon both have PS5 options available to download instead of only one game.