Ahead of Sony’s expected announcement on June 1, the free PS Plus games for June 2022 are leaking online, and it seems like a really solid lineup.
June 2022 will be an important month for PlayStation fans. Of course there’s the rollout of PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium on June 13, but there are also the free months of the Essential tier. Not to mention, there’s a state of play taking place on June 2. While a lot of information will be revealed in the coming days, PS Plus free games for June 2022 have been leaked online.
As many fans know, the PS Plus game selection has been an unbelievably leaky ship over the past few months. Accurate leaks have been made every month by Dealabs user Billbil-kun, but this leak is not from this user. It should then be taken with an extra grain of salt, but it does match Billbil-kun’s recent comment. They said they would post the games on May 31 and fans should not buy ultra-popular games or children’s games.
According to the sources of the website Areajugones, the three free PS Plus games God of War, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikerand Nickelodeon All Star Brawl. god of war is about as popular as a game, while Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl logical for children. Fans will know for sure on June 1, when Sony is expected to announce it, and maybe even tomorrow if Billbil-kun confirms this leak as well. It should also be noted that Nick Baker, a well-known insider, has also commented that they have heard that this is legit.
Now many may be curious about why give god of war way on PS Plus, especially as it’s part of the PS5 PS Plus collection and the upcoming PS Plus Extra lineup. It’s actually quite a smart move by Sony. Offering one of the most popular games for free allows newcomers or anyone who hasn’t played it to try it out, which can lead to more PS Plus Extra subscribers. It also gives PS4 users a game that PS5 owners have, so it can’t hurt.
It is also possible thatt God of War‘s presence as a PS Plus game could be marketing for God of War: Ragnarok† Sony’s State of Play is aimed at third-party partners, but that doesn’t mean more information about the sequel won’t be released in June. And if so, giving away the first game will raise expectations for the sequel. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see if Sony confirms this lineup, as well as how fans generally receive it.
PS Plus subscribers get a handful of free games every month.
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Source: Areajugones (via VGC)
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