In what has now become a regular monthly event, the next PlayStation Plus offerings have been leaked ahead of their official announcement — As noted by regular spoiler billbil-kun of Dealabs, June will see PS Plus subscribers bag themselves copies of Sony’s God of War, Gamemill’s Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and Bandai Namco’s Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.
Assuming that the leak is genuine, (and there’s very little reason to believe it isn’t), the three titles will be available to download from June 7 until July 5. The June titles will replace May’s offerings of EA’s FIFA 22, Focus Entertainment’s Curse of the Dead Gods, and Gearbox Publishing’s Tribes of Midgard, so be sure to secure your license for these three titles before they vanish for good.
June will also see Sony launch its revamped PlayStation Plus subscription service. The new service offers three distinct subscription tiers — Essentials, Extra and Premium — which will afford access to a rotating library of PlayStation releases on PS5, PS4, PS2, and the original PlayStation, dependent on your membership. Sony will continue to offer up a monthly selection of “to-keep” titles for all subscribers, regardless of their respective subscription tier.
For more information on the new PlayStation Plus service, see our previous report right here.
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