Four Playable PS4 Games for PlayStation Plus in July
Four Playable PS4 Games for PlayStation Plus in July

As always there are a bunch of games coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers this month, as announced over on the PlayStation Blog, with four of the six games playable on PS4.

Launching onto PS4 is Rocket League, a rocket football game which features a single player mode, and Styx: Master of Shadows, a fantasy stealth game which will also be on PS4. Coming to the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita are the puzzler MouseCraft, and the unique student project Entwined, which takes you on a strange and colourful journey.

Rounding out the lineup is Geometry Wars 3 on the PS Vita, and the deep and beautiful adventure game Rain, coming to PS3 from Sony’s Japan Studio. There is a fair mix of genres in this month’s list with rocket football, fantasy stealth, puzzles, and deep meaningful tales so there is something for everyone.

As announced a few days ago by Fred Dutton on the PlayStation Blog, the PlayStation Plus games for each month will unlock on the first Tuesday of every month, so look out for this month’s games on the 7th of July.

Hey folks. As of this month, Plus games go live in both EU and US on the first Tuesday of the month (no longer Wednesday in EU). The first Tuesday in July is 7th July, hence why the games aren’t launching this week.

For more information on PlayStation Plus and the games for this month, head on over to our friends at PlayStation Blog for more details. Check out the video from the PlayStation Blog below showing off the games coming on the 7th of July.

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Seamus Mullins
Gamer of every genre, but often prefers just buying games and looking at them and the pretty covers rather than ever playing them. A writer from Australia, currently studying Journalism and hoping to make it big one day in writing.

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