Here’s what you can play on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita for June 2018

June’s PlayStation Plus Free Games have been revealed and this month’s subscribers can play Trials Fusion, XCOM 2, Tom Clancy’s Future Soldier and more.

If you’re unfamiliar, be sure to visit our PlayStation Plus Free Games section here at SCG, which is located under our “More from SCG” menu.

The page features a list of every game that’s ever been offered on the PlayStation Plus program, so you can take a look at what you’ve missed or get a reminder of what you downloaded at this time last year.

Here’s the full list of games:

June 2018

  • XCOM 2 (PS4)
  • Trials Fusion (PS4)
  • Zombie Driver HD (PS3)
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier (PS3)
  • Atomic Ninjas (Vita)
  • Squares (Vita)

Note: The above video is from PlayStation Europe, but the games are the same.

The new month’s PlayStation Plus games become available when the PlayStation Store updates on the first Tuesday of each month. If you’ve yet to grab May’s games, you’ve got until June 5 (the store usually updates by about 9 a.m. PT).

Don’t forget, Sony offers weekly sales, many of which have deeper discounts for subscribers or are locked out to non-subscribers, so be sure to hit up the PlayStation Blog or just keep an eye on the PlayStation Store for more information on those.

PlayStation Plus runs $59.99 a year, but discounts can be found from time-to-time, especially around Black Friday. For more information on other services PlayStation Plus offers, please visit the official PlayStation web page. Sony is currently running its Days of Play sale with lots of games on sale, a $10 PlayStation Plus discount and a limited edition blue and gold PS4. The sale runs from June 8-18.

Keep it locked to SCG for monthly updates on the subscription game offerings and everything else gamers from the River City and beyond need to know.

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By Daniel Wilson

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