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PlayStation Plus free games for July already causing debates

PlayStation Plus free games for July already causing debates

It's almost that time again

June is approaching its end and summer is in full swing but that doesn’t mean PlayStation is not set to release some more titles for its subscription service in just a few weeks.

Less than two weeks ago saw PlayStation reveal the 14 titles which would be added to its PS Plus service for the month of June in the extra and premium tiers. From action RPGs to sports titles, there was something for everyone so it is no wonder subscribers are excited to see what July has to offer.

Could Call of Duty: Vanguard be available on PS Plus this July?

Although the official list has not yet been revealed, it is expected that with the arrival of new games, some old ones will be removed from the service and that is no different this month.

However, despite no official confirmation and the sad news that some epic titles will be leaving, it has left room for fans to speculate as to what titles could be up for grabs in July.

After it was revealed that the list would be announced on 26 June, a post over on r/PlayStationPlus showed the rules of a tournament where each user could guess three titles which may or may not feature in the next round of PS Plus titles.

What followed was quite a few guesses which may or may not be bang on the nose.

The comment with the highest amount of upvotes simply readCuphead, Sekiro, Crash Team Rumble”.

Another read: “I’ll go with Call of Duty: Vanguard. We almost always get a summer CoD, and last year’s came in July.”

The same user also guessed The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope as we received The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan this time last year.

A few other users agreed with Call of Duty: Vanguard and an entry from The Dark Pictures Anthology while some random titles mentioned were Hades, Atomic Heart, Cult of the Lamb, Like A Dragon: Ishin and many more.

It remains to be seen what PlayStation Plus will offer for July but at least we only have a few days left to find out.

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Topics: Playstation Plus, PlayStation, Sony