The PS Plus July 2022 games have been confirmed

PlayStation has revealed the games that will be free to PS Plus subscribers this July – and the leaks from Billbil-kun we reported on earlier this week were once again accurate.

The three games subscribers will get in July are Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan and Arcadegeddon, which will be available for download to your library from 5 July to 1 August.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time – PS4/5

This is a new adventure for the classic game series that will task players with protecting the multiverse from the all-out assault of Dr. Neo Cortex and N. Tropy.

Players will wield four powerful guardians of space and time that will grant Crash and Coco the power to bend the rules of reality to their whims to overcome dangerous obstacles and enemies.

You will also be able to play as a range of characters, including: Crash, Coco, Tawna, Dingodile, or Dr. Neo Cortex, while battling bosses such as N. Gin, Louise, Nitrus Brio, and Nefarious Tropy.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan – PS4

Man of Medan is a cinematic horror game from the developers of Until Dawn and The Quarry, and allows the player to choose the fates of five friends who set out on an ill-fated holiday trip.

During the game, the player’s choices will determine which characters live and which die as they struggle during the sinister events of a diving trip gone wrong.

The game also features online coop, where you can experience the game with a friend, or offline coop with up to five players.

Arcadegeddon – PS4/5

Players will play as a local arcade owner named Gilly as he struggles against a faceless mega-corporation called Fun Fun Co. while trying to save his business.

Fun Fun Co. attempts to sabotage Gilly’s efforts by injecting a virus into the game and tasking you to fight it to save both the game and the last arcade.

The game offers a mix of PvE and PvP content in an ever-evolving co-op-style shooter.

You can play with up to three friends online while exploring multiple biomes, playing mini-games, finding hidden chests and fighting crazy enemies and bosses.

This is also the last chance subscribers will have to download June’s games (God of War (2018), Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl) as from 4 July they will no longer be available for free.

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