PlayStation Plus June 2020 Free Games – Predictions

PlayStation Plus June 2020 Free Games

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Although Sony has recently updated the PlayStation Store with a new set of free games, players are already looking ahead as to what’s in store for June 2020.

We’ll likely see the official free June 2020 PS Plus games revealed towards the end of this month. In the meantime, however, we have compiled a list of games that might make the cut for next month.

June 2020 Free PS Plus Games for PS4 – Predictions

Typically speaking, the next batch of PS Plus games are revealed on the last Wednesday of each month. Unfortunately, Sony is yet to shed any light on the free PS4 games for June 2020.

The free titles for May haven’t received the warmest of welcomes. Are Sony going to make it up to fans with an incredible bunch of June 2020 free PS Plus games? We’ll have to wait and see – here are our predictions.

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Assassin’s Creed Origins

In light of the recent Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, perhaps next month will be the perfect opportunity to make a former game in the series free-to-play.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins launched towards the end of 2017, so it’s not as if sales will be going stellar. With this in mind, are we going to Assassin’s Creed: Origins made free in June? We hope so – but it’s far from confirmed.


It seems like Unravel has been on the cards for the past few months, but given EA Play is taking place next month, perhaps it will be the perfect time to release one of EA’s games for free. Unravel’s sequel has been available for almost two years now, so it’s about time the original becomes free-to-play.

What are your thoughts on these predictions for June 2020? Would you like to see these titles or are you hoping Sony has something far bigger up their sleeve?

Written by Dan Cotton

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