Here are the games PlayStation Plus subscribers can add to their collections in July
The July 2020 PlayStation Plus games have been revealed and we’ve got the full details on what’s being offered.
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 the June games, you’ve got until July 6.
The July games will be available Tuesday, June 7 through Monday, Aug. 6, according to the PlayStation Blog.
An added bonus this month — the critically-acclaimed live-action game Erica — celebrates 10 years of PlayStation Plus. In addition, the PlayStation Blog noted that a free theme celebrating the milestone will release later this month. And you can check out a cool photo (courtesy PlayStation Blog) below, detailing the past 10 years of the service.
But that’s not all, according to the blog, a free online multiplayer weekend is coming as well. It’ll last from 12:01 a.m. on July 4 through 11:59 p.m. on July 5.
“It’s great to see how much PS Plus has grown over the years – starting with the very first PS Plus game offered, WipeOut HD, to offering more than one thousand games to PS Plus members over the last ten years,” General Manager, Global Store Services, Nick Maguire wrote in the blog post. Thank you again for your continued support and we look forward to celebrating with you!”
Here’s the full list of games for for July 2020:
- Rise of the Tomb Raider
- NBA 2K20
- Erica (bonus game)
If you want to know what you got free at this time last year or want to see what you’ve missed, you can visit the SCG PlayStation Plus games section. The page features a list of every game that’s ever been offered on the PlayStation Plus program.
PlayStation Plus runs $59.99 a year, but discounts can be found from time to time. For more on the features included with a PlayStation Plus subscription, head over to Sony’s official website.
Don’t forget, Sony offers weekly sales, many of which have deeper discounts for PlayStation Plus subscribers or are locked out to non-subscribers.