The time is finally here once again, as PlayStation announces the PS Plus games for July 2021.
One of the most exciting parts of each month, at least for PlayStation fans, is seeing the latest offerings on PS Plus. Subscribers to Sony’s popular online service are given the chance to claim 3 titles each month, and they’re available to keep forever.
So long as you have an active PS+ subscription, you’ll be able to download and play your free games, leaving PlayStation fans with quite the roster of free titles. And with an insane number of PlayStation Plus subscribers active right now, millions of fans are certain to take advantage of the latest freebies.
Right now is your last chance to claim the free PlayStation Plus games for June 2021! Make sure you pick them up before the next games go live.
And now, we know what games to look forward to in Sony’s free PS+ offerings in July 2021 too.
Free PlayStation Plus Games in July 2021
Your free PlayStation Plus games for July 2021 are here, and there’s plenty to love in this month’s offerings.
A Plague Tale: Innocence
A Plague Tale: Innocence is this month’s PS5 game coming to PS Plus in July. This offering will come alongside the game’s official next-gen port, as the original title launched back in 2019.
Set in medieval France, the game follows Amicia and her little brother Hugo as the two children utilize stealth to survive not only the Plague but the hostile villagers who believe them responsible for causing it.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Next on the offering list is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. While there’s not always reason to return to an older COD title, Modern Warfare still has an incredibly-active player base.
With the addition of Black Ops 4 to PS Plus, we imagine the servers will populate themselves once more. Plus you’ve got an array of excellent Call of Duty Zombies maps to enjoy to boot.
In fact, Black Ops 4 actually launched with more traditional zombies maps than Cold War has to date!
WWE 2K Battlegrounds
Wrestling fans, don’t miss this one. This WWE game is a different take on the traditional wrestling experience.
As a spin-off from the WWE 2K series, Battlegrounds acts as a sort of Arcade mode for wrestling games. Expect wacky physics, special moves, and some entertaining multiplayer action.
Just watch out for the game’s pesky microtransactions!
But this might not be all from PS+ this time around, as PlayStation is known to add surprise free games to its monthly line-up.
Recently, we saw PlayStation Studios acquire Returnal developer Housemarque – could the popular roguelike appear in next month’s PS Plus free games? Meanwhile, master of the remasters Bluepoint Games were also acquired, and we’d lose our minds if Demon’s Souls came to PlayStation Plus.
And don’t forget to tune into PlayStation’s State of Play 2021 for all the latest reveals!