PS Plus will receive a free PS4 game update in July 2021, while the rival service will receive a significant boost.
While PS4 users will be disappointed by the lack of PS Plus July free titles, Sony’s other subscription service appears to be getting a huge boost.
Subscribers have been reminded to download those that are currently available before the new PS Plus for PS4 and PS5 devices launches on July 6.
The new PlayStation Plus games will replace the old ones, like they do every month, so you only have 24 hours to download Operation: Tango and Star Wars: Squadrons.
It should be noted that PlayStation Plus subscribers will have access to Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown until Monday, August 2.
Below is more information on this week’s PS Plus July free game launch.
PS Plus members with only a PS4 console will be unable to enjoy the featured title this month.
That’s the bad news; the good news is that you can plan for the future even if you can only play A Plague Tale via PS Plus on PlayStation 5 right now.
That’s because players who want to upgrade to the PS5 this month can still add it to their digital library.
This can be accomplished by foregoing your PlayStation 4 system in favor of one of PlayStation’s other platforms.
To add a PS5 console to your collection, go to the PlayStation Store web site or log into your PSN account on the mobile PlayStation App.
After that, you must search for the game, which you can then add to your library. When you have a PS5 system, you will be able to play A Plague Tale after this.
Given that many PS Plus subscribers who own a PS4 console will be missing out again, it’s a small consolation to know about.
Many people will be disappointed that they won’t be able to play Plague Tale, which is the featured game for this month.
A Plague Tale, unlike Destruction AllStars or Operation: Tango, is available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, making it a squandered opportunity.
This isn’t the first time Sony has made the PS5 version of a PS4 game available for free.
ManEater was one of the first to launch in this format, and more are anticipated to follow in the following months.
While PS4 owners will have to wait to play one of July’s best free titles, there is a chance they will. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”