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July 2022 PS Plus games revealed;  paying off!

July 2022 PS Plus games revealed; paying off!

Now it’s official: Sony has revealed the games that will be distributed on it PS Plus July 2022. These games will be available for download on PS Store from next Tuesday (05)in the afternoon.

Check which titles subscribers can redeem on all plans Services (Basic, Extra and Deluxe):

The squad is not surprising because, as in recent months, the Dealabs got the PS Plus names for July a few days ago. Now, here’s a reminder: If you haven’t redeemed your June games yet – Remember the class through this link – Take the opportunity to do it as quickly as possible.

Remember our analysis of the games:

Discover PS Plus games in July 2022

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Time

A new crash adventure awaits you! Neo Cortex and N. Tropy are back with a massive attack, not just in this universe, but across the entire multiverse. Control the four powerful guardians of space and time, who will give Crash and Coco the power to defy the rules of reality and overcome dangerous obstacles in amazing new ways. And you won’t just play as the famous marsupial duo: try out different perspectives as Dr. New Cortex.

Dark Images Anthology – Square Man

In this cinematic horror game from the developers of Until Dawn and The Quarry, five friends set out on a diving journey that quickly turns into something more sinister. All playable characters can survive or die, and the choices you make will determine your fate.

Arcadedon

Jelly, who owns a local arcade, tries to save his business from a mysterious giant, Fun Fun Co. The best way to resist is a new and fast superhero game. Unfortunately, the company learned of Jelly’s plan and launched a cyber attack, by injecting a virus into the game. Now it’s up to you to save the game and the last local arcade game in this ever-evolving multiplayer co-op shooter adventure.

What do you think of the July 2022 PS Plus lineup? Comment in the session below!

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