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What are the PS Plus games for July 2021?

PS Plus July 2021 FREE PS5 and PS4 games - Uncharted Lost Legacy, Predator and Plague Tale. Gaming. FortnitePS Plus July 2021 FREE PS5 and PS4 games: Uncharted Lost Legacy, Predator and Plague Tale

Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! Greedfall PS5! Ummm?

What new PS5 and PS4 games are releasing in physical retailers and as part of the PlayStation Store update this week? It's an outrageously slow week in the PlayStation Nation, although the long awaited release of Doki Doki Literature Club Plus will command the attention of a specific demographic. For a full list of all new PS5 game release dates in 2021 and all new PS4 game release dates in 2021, click through the links.

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Don't forget about the digital deluxe edition of Persona 5 Strikers. Comes with 4 days early access and releases 19th.

Having said that, not sure if you include these early access releases on this.

It'd be good if you could link to the store page or some sort of game info for these releases. Especially considering how bad the PS5 store is at the moment.

Really excited about Anodyne 2. The first one was awesomely weird, and this one looks to continue that. Can't wait to check it out.

So... except for Persona, nothing really impressive

Can't wait to get deep into PUSS.

PUSS is evidence that you shouldn’t do drugs while developing video games

Please correct me if I'm wrong but why is Tales from the Borderlands in there? I played it already in 2019, so how is that a new release 🤷

Anyone on here able to recommend The Sinking City?

Do a review for visage!... Please.

Be interested to see what Taxi Chaos plays like!

I believe that Active Neurons 3 will be released this week as well.

Find it really wierd that they keep adding games for PS4 and not optimized for PS5 right away.

You forgot Turok 1 & 2 on 25th? It's in your own news from 3 days ago..

Anyone know when like a dragon is out for ps5

@Culjoseth id recommend it for a tenner

Definitely getting Neptunia, pretty much just because of the Hololive characters lol

Mortal shell is supposed to be good, not sure about the console version though.

I am renting the new Neptunia game from Gamefly.

@get2sammyb, new user here but have read for a long time. Querying the release of Ground Zero Texas on PS4 this week, it is currently not showing in US Store or EU, was there a delay or change of date as I thought this was due 2nd April?

Just picked up the Two Point Hospital upgrade to the jumbo edition. Put over 100 hours into the game last summer and I'm super excited to have more content!

@Culjoseth Great game, deeply disturbing, pretty simple platinum.

Disco Elysium. At least that's what the dev keeps on repeating: sometime in March. Keeping my fingers crossed.

@Elocan another easy platinum then.i bought 6 games for only £14 and platinumed them all in 5 hours.lol

Nothing really grabs me this month but that's a good thing as I can make a small dent in my massive backlog of unplayed games

Does anyone know why I can't upgrade to PS5 Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time! I bought it digitally when it was on 75% off and when I look at the item in the store it says I cannot purchase because I own the following products:

Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time - Tracker.

No idea what this means as there has only ever been 1 version showing in the PS4 store which confirms I purchased it digitally. Anyone any ideas?

I'm having the same issue, but Activision know its a problem and are looking into it!

Stubbs the Zombie is worth it just for the insane soundtrack. Death Cab, The Flaming Lips, Phantom Planet, Dandy Warhols, Cake, The Raveonettes and more, all covering doo-wop songs!

@nessisonett you’ve just sold it to me!

In Rays of Light interests me. So I'll pick that up, especially as it's cheap. Assuming I can drag myself away from Hunting Simulator 2 😆

St Patrick's Day game? What's next, Easter Sunday.

No physical release for Paradise Lost and Evil Inside = No purchase. About time video game companies stopped forgetting about old school collectors. A digital download means absolutely FA to me. If its not sitting proudly on my shelf of games, it didn't happen.

Wait I thought hunt showdown came out ages ago lol

This is my first time since being independent. I haven't bought a game in my birth month. That should share how bad releases have been...luckily Outriders drops on the 1. A backlog is nice to have but sometimes poppa wants shiny.

Isn't Kaze slated for May? I thought the release date changed

Still not much of a reason to turn on a PS5 yet then 😒

@Inoccentbystande Are you seriously kidding? You must be. I have used my PS5 every day since day 1. It's phenomenal. Load times are amazingly fast too

Yeah load times are blisteringly fast. It would be nice to have a game that wasn't a left over PS4 game to load blisteringly fast tho. There isn't the usual 'killer app' kinda game that usually heralds the new generation.

This is Off-topic, but does anyone know if Attack on Titan 2 game was ever on sale? I want it but 70 euros for and older game seems too much

@Inoccentbystande There are though.

Are there? What are they? Tell us! Do they hurt?

I look forward to when the new games releasing for PS5 are more exciting than tumbleweed blown across the ground by a dull fart😊

Any word on what time Disco will be available on the PSN store?

@Culjoseth Yes.

Its a decent game with some good deep explorative story. The setting and style is very good and plays similar to the devs previous games Sherlock Holmes (of which they have a new SH's coming out this year) aswell as having a feel of Murdered: Soul Suspect.

The combat is a little clunky at times and the weapon selection can be fiddly as its not as responsive or as fluid as you might expect.

One final note, if you play for trophies, be mindful that 3/4 of the trophy list is missable, and weirdly on PS5 they removed the manual save option that was present on the PS4. Therefore if you want to get the Platinum in one playthrough, you'll need to do some tactical cloud saving to enable getting the alternate trophies that you can miss via certain story arcs.

Also, the Doom 3 release makes me wish I had VR. Sadly, it's only the second game (half life alex) to make me feel I'm missing anything.

When’s the Outriders review dropping team? Will it be Anthem/Avengers turd dog or a shining gem!

@get2sammyb Uh...it's "Potion Party" NOT Poison Party lol. 😂

Nothing really notable this time. There are a LOT of games between May and June though

@TowaHerschel7 you beat me to it lol I was just about to text that too 🤣

Astro Aqua Kitty on PSVita for me!

I'm really want to play nier, but I don't know if it will be good without platinum games

I'll be buying Nier but I'm still playing Oddworld Soulstorm on the hardest difficulty and admittedly it's harder to what I remember or I'm just getting older? who knows. Either way I look forward to playing Nier once I am finished with Oddworld as in 100% finished with it, seen all endings etc.

Motogp 21 on ps5 is looking stunning can't wait till Thursday or maybe weds as ShopTo.Net can arrive early 👍

Completely forgot about the ps5 version of judgment. I just got it for PS4 Saturday. Oh well, was only £15 and will get £9 back; I doubt I’d get the ps5 version for the same £6. Still, I do kind of wish their was a cheap upgrade path. Wont complain though, it’s not like anyone bought the original with a ps5 upgrade in mind.

Got Nier Replicant on the way and Judgement PS5 on the way. Unfortunately, I'll have to take a break with Yakuza: LaD to concentrate on Nier.

@Onigumo same! Loved Automata, but worried ps3 era level/game design will detract from a probably amazing story and atmosphere

Let’s hope Terminator Resistance still is on time for the free upgrade!

I picked up RE Village & R-Type Final 2 this week

I thought Returnal was the 30th?

I'm actually very interested in seeing how The Terminator PS5 enhanced Edition turns out. Unfortunately I already know that returnal is not a game I will like

@PhantomMenace84 It is!

Still can’t find a sodding PS5 to play it on... BOOOOO!!!!

@Bytemare They don’t even really have to optimise them. Just unlock the framerate.

Can the article be modified to correct the Returnal date to the 30th?

Mom Hid My Mom 2 is a much better title but it should actually be Mom Hid My Game 2...

RE Village is my most anticipated game of the year, so I'm pretty stoked for this week.

Resi 8 and Hood early access on Friday. Good week. I really hope Hood offers something good. It doesn't have to be like the old Splinter Cell PvP modes but if I get that stealthy predator/prey high from it, I'll be happy.

Resident Evil is the only game I care about right now.

So, they won't close the PS3 store but they will continue to ignore the console on sales... That's awesome.

@Onigumo I'll suggest you look at a extended gameplay before you make a decision

Ugh! A bundle of games of the Ben 10 Reboot. When they going to put the Game from the Ben 10: Protector of Earth or bring Ben 10 Alien Force Vilgax Attacks or Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction to the PS2 Classics lineup. Those are better games and the series they come from are so much better than the croaking reboot

I've been dying to play Mass Effect again. Just wish it had a Native PS5 version though.

Just Mass effect for me. Ive really got to watch the pennies for a couple of months.

When it rains, it pours. So much good stuff, lately. Yes please, more Mass Effect, thank you.

Zzzzz, reminds me of ps4 launch

That's one unintentionally intimidating subheader line.😅

Every week I see this post, I read the first comment and then it takes a couple of seconds before I think: I have read this before. It starts to come to the point that it becomes annoying.

Who forgot Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD? Comes out on Tuesday, May 25th lol

Excited for Bomberman R, honestly. It was Stadia’s most fun exclusive. Curious to see how performance differs between PS5 and Stadia.

@Mysterio Yeah, I wish they would just post a new story instead of reusing one. It is annoying to scroll through all the old comments, lol.

Biomutant and Wonder Boy for me. This is going to be a great week.

Ah, the build up before a major gaming event. So quiet.

Well only one game bought this week and that was 'Hentai vs Evil'. today 27 May. What have I let myself in for?

@Culjoseth yes, tjis game doesn't hold your hand though.. It has its issues. I've played about 6hrs. And I really enjoy it

Played the first hour of necromunga hired gun and its insane fun..probably going to get slated in reviews but its a really good shooter looter in the warhammer universe..

Ninja Gaiden and Chivalry 2 as well? Sorry hands, no summer vacation this year!

RATCHET AND CLANK FINALLY LET'S GOOOOOO

Green Hell is coming on the 9th.

June 2021: I'm looking forward to nothing really, ratchet and Clank might be a game I pick up but not really excited about it, the last one was like a childs game and pretty cheesy. Ps5 exclusive releases so far after launch have been very thin. I'm glad it plays PS4 games lol otherwise it would be a expensive decoration for me.

Ratchet & clank rift apart and ff7 remake yuffie dlc for me 😃

I would be straight in for even more Elder Scrolls Online but I'll wait for the bug reviews before I go anywhere near it - might be able to sell stuff to guilds after the 7 week wait for a patch...

Ratchet and Clank along with Final Fantasy for me. I've been DYING to play Ratchet and Clank ever since it was announced.

I have it installed and according to the PS5 countdown it will be ready to play in 10 hours. I thought it was the 11th it comes out? I pre-ordered it so I assume you get access to it a bit earlier than those that didn't pre-order.

Correction, neptunia reverse is only coming to playstation 5

Glad there is a break in between some games. There was a lot last week

@Denni5m There's plenty of PS5 games already. Not to mention the free HD PS5 upgrades from PS4.

@Sealightbreeze let's ignore the PS4 games as they are not ps5 and we have probably all finished them to death of you are an avid gamer like me. There are about 5 ps5 games worth playing and I've played them all, the rest are just Indies (which I hate and I'm not alone here) and trashy titles. You say plenty, what games do you mean? There is Spiderman, ratchet and Clank, hitman 3, a few sports games, subnautica 2, resident evil, demon's souls, and maybe a couple more. What games do you mean by plenty and I don't mean games with the same budget as my lunch?

It will be nice when we get some next gen games lets face it not many so far looks like my ps5 stays of this month

@velio84 scrolling through the Nintendo E-Shop yesterday and looking at the NES collection when i scrolled to a game called S.C.A.T.

Cant find Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in the playstation store 😞

Haha, I knew dark alliance would be trash. There was a review embargo: massive red flag when the game looks janky even in their trailers lol. A blatant cash grab. Hopefully everyone has learn their lesson and didn't buy this before seeing it being played out into the wild, its utter garbage.

Scarlet Nexus for me. Mario Golf on the Switch is also coming out too so a pretty good week overall.

Scarlett Nexus is reviewing as mediocre mostly. A shame as the combat looks good. I'll give it a play just for the combat, story doesn't really matter to me. Hopefully the combat and skills tree are deep enough to keep me playing for more than 4 hours.

Scarlet Nexus for me. Found it for $41 on PC, so went with it.

Played Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance on Game Pass. Not really all that great. I'll do co-op over the weekend see if it saves it. Doubt it.

After being on all the time for Ratchet and Clank, PS5 can take a break this week

FYI you have Alex Kidd listed on June 22 and June 24

@Denni5m it has a 80 on metacritic which is pretty good. Ive picked it up, a few hours in and seems solid. Game is like a cross between Nier Automata and Persona, graphically its like Gravity Rush with a pinch of Jet Set Radios charm

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Top Reasons to Buy a PlayStation 5 | CBR

CBR - Comic Book Resources 28 June, 2021 - 07:35pm

The console itself improves in every way from its previous iteration while still keeping the previous generation just as important as well. This is proven with cross-play capabilities between consoles and the continuous support Sony is giving the PlayStation 4. However, just because the PS4 isn't outdated doesn't make the PS5 an unnecessary buy. In fact, there are many reasons why gamers should give it a chance.

One of the concerns of new consoles is whether or not the previous system's games will be supported or if those games will be upgraded to match the new console's capabilities. This issue was mainly brought to light when newer models of the PS3 and PS4 didn't allow backward compatibility with the PS2. For the PS5, Sony instead treats the player to more than just the option for backward compatibility. Most PS4 games can be played on the new console, and newer titles even get a free PS5 upgrade. This promises that all of the features found on the PS5 version of the game will be available with a PS4 disc. A great example of this can be seen on Marvel's Avengers, which not only upgrades the quality of the PS4 game but also improves load times and the user interface.

The PlayStation 4's release provided an updated user interface that allowed players to organize their games and streaming services to best suit them. It also helped make streaming and communicating with friends less of a hassle by dedicating sections for player parties and streaming as they play. The PlayStation 5 takes these capabilities further by taking some minor organizational hassles out of the equation. Now, players can choose between a games or media tab, separating all streaming apps from games and making the interface look less cluttered. It also offers all streaming options by pressing the PS button on the controller. Now a toolbar will popup that helps organize streaming, screenshot and communication options without stopping the game. Overall the UI offers greatly improved ease of access for its various mechanics.

Similar to how the Sixaxis controller changed how gamers enjoyed PS3 games, the DualSense controller evolves the gameplay experience in ways that no one could have guessed. With haptic feedback controllers, players can feel every step, raindrop and hit across the entire body of the controller. Similar to how the Joy-Con controllers work, the haptic feedback amplifies a player's sense of touch considerably. The Adaptive triggers also offer a new world of immersion when playing games like Call of Duty. By automatically adjusting the tension in the trigger, players can shoot a gun with various degrees of resistance depending on the weapon. Coupled with standard motion and touchscreen capabilities and the DualSense controller offers a whole new layer of immersion.

There's no denying that PlayStation exclusive games are a cut above the rest in terms of story, gameplay and overall quality. With the PlayStation 5, those aspects and more are doubled as their exclusives utilize every aspect of the console's capabilities. Titles like Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Spider-Man: Miles Morales don't shy away from pushing its graphics to the limit. It makes players want to play the games more but has them look forward to other titles. Astro's Playroom is the best example of this and comes standard with the PS5. The game takes advantage of everything that makes the PS5 great, and its story acts as a celebration of the console's long history. Even if a player doesn't buy a game with their console, Astro's Playroom makes a powerful case to start collecting them based on its mechanics alone.

For gamers who spend a lot of their time playing online, PS Plus is a necessity. It allows players to enjoy the full capabilities of online gaming while giving away free monthly games that range from indie titles like Concrete Genie to larger AAA titles such as Star Wars: Squadrons. But for users who have a PlayStation 5 will gain access to the PS Collection, a small gathering of some of the PS4's most iconic entries. These include Persona 5, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and God of War, all for free. Each title also has graphics that are improved for the new console and remain available to the player upon download.

The PlayStation 5 may seem too good to be true, and its rarity definitely adds to that idea. But they are real, and they offer more than enough for players who are hesitant on the purchase to reconsider. The PlayStation 5 is truly the future of gaming, and the features and exclusives that they offer will only evolve the gaming experience and continue to improve for years to come.

PS Plus Free Games for July 2021 Wish List | Game Rant

GameRant 28 June, 2021 - 07:35pm

Now that E3 is over for another year and it's unclear exactly when Sony will release another State of Play, news of next month's PlayStation Plus lineup isn't far away, so here's our complete PS Plus free games wish list for July 2021.

Rainbow Six Siege is a multiplayer tactical shooter with a strong focus on tactics, coordination, and team gameplay. Players can choose from a variety of operators to play as, each with their own unique weapons, gadgets, and abilities, and gameplay is round based with asymmetrical levels and environmental destruction. In the six years since its launch, Ubisoft has continuously updated Rainbow Six Siege featuring 20 maps, 3 modes, 59 Operators, 21 seasons, and over 7o million registered players across all platforms to date. It's also got a free weekend going on right now, so jump in and play before it ends on June 21st at 9 pm local time.

Right now, there's no official confirmation but the idea that A Plague Tale: Innocence could be on PS Plus is exciting as it's a great game and a great fit on the wish list. Developed by Asobo Studio, A Plague Tale: Innocence is a survival-horror stealth game set in 14th century France about two siblings in the midst of one of the worst pandemics in history: the Black Death. Inspired by games such as The Last of Us and Brothers: A Tale of Two SonsA Plague Tale: Innocence received a ton of praise for its story, atmosphere, and music. Given that the A Plague Tale: Innocence PS5 remaster releases on July 6th, it makes sense that Sony could be planning something very exciting.

Developed by Neostream Interactive, Little Devil Inside is an action-adventure indie game about explorers that are searching for monsters and supernatural events in a world inspired by the 19th century. Featuring single-player and cooperative multiplayer, Little Devil Inside combines elements of survival games such as chopping wood for fires and harvesting cacti for water with open-world exploration and combat - offering a range of weapons to use from swords to guns and equipment like a grappling hook. But unlike typical survival games, players will go out on various missions and return back to their hometown to rest and prepare for the next mission.

PlayStation Plus members receive a selection of free games on the first Tuesday of every month.

These Leaked PS Plus Games For July Are Probably Too Good To Be True

Forbes 28 June, 2021 - 07:35pm

Well June’s almost in the bag. July is just around the corner and with it, more free PS4 and PS5 games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

Sony hasn’t officially announced the July lineup just yet, but we should find out this coming Wednesday. Until then, it’s speculation, leaks and rumors.

We’ve already heard of one potential PS+ game for July 2021: A Plague Tale: Innocence. I wrote about that leak earlier this month, and you can read all about the game—which would likely land in its remastered form—right here. I’ve played the original version and it’s quite good.

Now two more possible PS Plus games have leaked online, popping up on reddit after being taken down off the deals site they originally appeared on. WRC 9 and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy would join A Plague Tale: Innocence as the free July 2021 games.

While the leak has been deemed false on reddit, these aren’t bad guesses and it’s entirely possible that we may finally get Lost Legacy, the last remaining Uncharted game that hasn’t yet come to PS+.

WRC 9, a racing game released last year, would round things out nicely. That would be three games, just like the lineup in June (which is still available). Of course, June’s free PlayStation Plus games include Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown which Sega is giving away for two months instead of one for its big 60th anniversary. So that would mean four total games for July. Not too bad.

Of course, only the Plague Tale leak seems very likely, though both the other games mentioned are great candidates.

We’ll know more in just a few days.

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