PlayStation Plus Games For June 2016

PlayStation Plus Subscribers will be pleased to know that information on the next free games, coming June 7th has been released. PlayStation Plus is a service that allows players...

PlayStation Plus Subscribers will be pleased to know that information on the next free games, coming June 7th has been released. PlayStation Plus is a service that allows players across all currently active PlayStation consoles, PS3, PS4, and PS Vita, to play a different set of games for free. While it is subscription based, as long as your subscription is active, you can play the game regardless of which month is currently is.

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For the month of June, the games for PS Vita are God Of War: Chains Of Olympus and Little Deviants. PlayStation 3 owners will be playing Echochrome and Siren: Blood Curse, episodes 1-12. Finally, PS4 owners will be rewarded the games NBA 2K16 and Gone Home.

NBA 2K series of basketball games, boasting the ability to create a realistic character and bring them through a career experience towards the athlete’s successes, including press conferences, interviews, and of course championship games. Otherwise, take to the online courts to play against other players around the world. NBA 2K16, the latest installment of the series has the largest roster to date, and updated graphics and visual appeal, bringing an experience that console gamers of the current gen will love. It’s also timed perfectly with the NBA finals.GOWCOO

Gone Home is one of the most talked about independent games of the last several years, due to its unique narrative and charming exploration elements. The game made its console debut on Xbox One and PS4 in January, and will be available for free alongside the other PS Plus games.

This month brings a relatively strong lineup, with games that Plus subscribers won’t be disappointed with.

Source: PlayStationBlog

 

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