The PlayStation Plus July 2021 lineup has been (officially) announced. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4-an entry in Activision’s long-running shooting game series in 2018, the first game with a battle royale mode and the first game without a traditional single player campaign-leading the way In addition, we also have WWE 2K Battlegrounds last September, which is a derivative product of a wrestling game that is more cartoonish than regular WWE 2K games in all aspects. The third and final PS Plus title in July is Plague Tale: Innocence, which is the invisible title of Survival Horror in 2019, and will get the next generation (and Nintendo Switch) version this month.
In fact, Sony only provides the PlayStation 5 version of Plague Tale: Innocence on PS Plus for free, which is good for everyone (using PS5), whether it’s those who have never played a critically acclaimed game before Those who want to play will relive the first game on PlayStation 5 at the glorious 4K 60fps. The updated version of “Plague Tale: Innocence” will be released on PS5, Switch and Xbox Series S/X on July 6, and will be added to PS Plus on the day of release. Sony seems to have finally accepted Xbox Game Pass in some way.
Although Microsoft also has a trump card. The sequel of “Plague Tale: Innocence” is in production-at E3 2021 last month, developer Asobo Studio announced “Plague Tale: Requiem”, which is scheduled to be released on PC, PS5, Switch and S/ in 2022. Released on the X series. Plague Tale: Requiem will be available on Xbox Game Pass on the first day.
As for the other two games-Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and WWE 2K Battlefield-available for free under PS Plus in July, you will only get their PlayStation 4 version. In any case, unlike the past few months, there is no reason to complain, because Black Ops 4 and WWE 2K Battlegrounds do not even have a PS5 version. Both games have been criticized for using microtransactions, but this has not stopped Black Ops 4 from becoming one of Activision’s most popular products.
“Call of Duty: Black Ops 4”, “WWE 2K Battlefield” and “Plague Tale: Innocence” will be available on PlayStation Plus on Tuesday, July 6 and will continue until Monday, August 2. In fact, Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate has a fourth championship title showdown this month, which will continue on PS Plus the second month after joining in June. Speaking of June, the other two games from last month-Star Wars: Squadron and Action: Tango-are available for free on PS Plus until Monday, July 5.
PlayStation Plus subscriptions are offered in Indian rupees. 499 rupees a month. 1,199 Rs for three months. 2,999 12 months.