Sony is making some slight changes to your PlayStation Plus subscription, now offering two PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita games per month at no additional cost.
The balance adjustment is much to the benefit of PlayStation 4 owners, which there are quite a few of, who will now get two games per month with a PS Plus subscription, which, of course, offers additional bonuses like being able to play games online.
“PlayStation Plus has been an essential part of PlayStation 4, providing access to next-gen online multiplayer and a steady stream of great games including Resogun, Outlast, Don’t Starve and Mercenary Kings,” writes Sony VP of marketing platform John Koller in a recent PS Blog update. “Since we are always looking to continue evolving PS Plus to be a service that really serves our community, we are excited to provide a more balanced set of games introduced each month with PS Plus. As you’ll see below, starting in June, members will have access to two titles per month for each of our platforms.”
The shift takes place this June. Starting July, look out for the first Tuesday of the month for free titles that will be available until the first Tuesday of the following month and expect the same for subsequent months.
As a protip from Koller, “you don’t have to download the game to your hard drive (or memory card) to gain the entitlement — you can also go to the web store, add them to your cart and check out. Once the game says “Purchased” below it when you’re logged in, you’ll be set for the future as long as you’re a PS Plus member.”
Here’s the line up of free games for June
- PS4 – Trine 2: Complete Story
- PS4 – Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate
- PS3 – NBA 2K14
- PS3 – Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
- PS Vita – Terraria
- PS Vita – Mutant Mudds Deluxe
You can catch June’s overview video above as well.