Sony is gearing up for yet another month of free games for its Playstation Plus members as this time around, PS4 and PS5 users, who are also PS Plus members, will get to play new titles Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, A Plague Tale: Innocence and WWE 2k Battlegrounds starting July 6.
Last month’s PS Plus free game release, Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown, will also be available through July.
While Call of Duty: Black Ops and WWE 2K Battlegrounds will be available on PS4, A Plague Tale: Innocence will only be available for free on PS5; its PS4 version won’t be accessible for free.
A Plague Tale releases on PS5 with native 4K resolution at 60 fps. WWE Battlegrounds brings over-the-top arcade action starring popular wrestlers in interactive settings, including several match types, including steel cage and royal rumble. Call of Duty brings an action-packed multiplayer game with three modes (classic, zombie and battle royale) suited for FPS lovers.
When can you start downloading PS Plus free games?
All three games can be downloaded starting Tuesday, July 6.
Until when are the PS Plus free games for July available?
- Call of Duty: Black Ops will be available for free to Playstation Plus members until August 2 on PS4.
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds will be available for free to Playstation Plus members until August 2 on PS4.
- A Plague Tale: Innocence will be available for free to Playstation Plus members until August 2 on PS5.
As mentioned above, Virtua Fighter continues its second free month on Playstation Plus.
PlayStation Plus free games for June are still available
One of the Playstation Plus free games for June, Virtua Fighter 5, will be available to download for PS Plus members until August 2. The game is available on both PS4 and PS5. It also released on Playstation Now.
The last date to download the other two free games, Operation Tango and Star Wars Squadrons, is July 5.
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