PlayStation Plus users get last chance to grab iconic video game trilogy for free
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If there’s one quest that unites all gamers, it’s the goal of attempting to make it through our backlogs. Let’s be honest. They’ll remain undefeated until the end of time. You complete one game and four more have replaced it. You may as well succumb and add a few more to the pile - and if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, I have just the thing for you. Although there is a time limit.
Today is the last day to grab June’s PlayStation Plus essential tier line-up so if Trek to Yomi, NBA 2K23 or Jurassic World Evolution 2 are up your alley, you’re going to want to sprint and download those now. They’ll make way for the July line-up which, last week, was announced to consist of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Alan Wake Remastered, and Endling - Extinction is Forever. Personally, I’m very excited at the prospect of catching up on Alan Wake Remastered ahead of the release of Alan Wake 2 later this year. Alongside these additions, a number of games will soon be leaving the extra and premium tiers, including a trilogy you really don’t want to miss.
Take a look at the aforementioned Trek to Yomi in action below.
Stray, BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, BioShock Infinite, Borderlands Handsome Collection, Raiden V: Director’s Cut, Rogue Stormers, Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, Marvel’s Avengers and Fluster Cluck will all soon depart the platform, but it’s the BioShock trilogy that you should really check out before it leaves.
As reported by ComicBook, the titles are due to depart on 18 July so you have less than three weeks to dive in. BioShock Remastered will take you around 12 hours, BioShock 2 will take around 11 hours, while Infinite will take around 12 hours, so it’s certainly possible to get them finished by the 18 July deadline - although it will take some dedication if you’re low on free time.
BioShock is widely considered to be one of the greatest series in gaming so it’s a major loss for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Of course, these games may return further down the line but there’s no guarantee. Enjoy them while you can.