Here’s your PS Plus: Free Games for July 2017

What’s up PlayStation Nation!

The Summer itself is a great time for gamers to try their best to catch up on their backlog of the holidays and or complete the usual start of the year AAA games. In the case of the month of July it seems to make that backlog a bit more extensive if you weren’t able to pick up this sleeper title back upon it’s first release. So with that being said let’s get the PS Plus selection. As reported via the PS Blog:

The free PlayStation Plus games for July are Until Dawn and Game of Thrones.

Until Dawn is a PlayStation exclusive survival horror adventure where eight friends are trapped together on a remote mountain retreat, and they aren’t alone. You can play as each of the eight characters and experience fear like never before, where every decision you make could mean the difference between life and death!

Next up, we have Telltale’s Game of Thrones series. You’ll get all six episodes, which follows the family of House Forrester as they survive (Or don’t?) the War of the Five Kings. Winter is Coming, and this is a great way to beat the summer heat.

Full Lineup

  • Until Dawn, PS4
  • Game of Thrones, PS4
  • Tokyo Jungle, PS3
  • Darkstalkers Resurrection, PS3
  • Element4l, PS Vita
  • Don’t Die, Mr. Robot, PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4)

Additionally, from July 4 through October 24 all PlayStation Plus members can get That’s You in celebration of PlayLink’s launch .

What do you think of July’s PlayStation plus titles. Are you interested in the titles or are you waiting for something a bit more down the line. Comment below and let us know. For more news and all things PlayStation Plus related make sure to check back with here at What’s Up PlayStation.

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