It seems as someone, somewhere is making improvements for PlayStation plus games, not to say I’ve have much of a problem for them outside of June’s PS Plus games where in which I purchased Killing Floor 2 literally the week before an official announcement for Junes PlayStation Plus games. But thus far the community has been pretty satisfied from this summers PS Plus free games selection so far. Can PlayStation maintain momentum with such a selection for August let’s see shall we? As reported via the PlayStation Blog. Here are the games offered for August:
First up, we have the excellent and chaotic Just Cause 3. Take Rico Rodriguez on a truly wild ride to liberate Medici from military dictatorship. Your greatest weapon is your ingenuity. And explosions.
Next we have Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry, a standalone adventure set after the events of Black Flag. Guide Adewale on an emotional story, using his skills as an assassin and his deep convictions to free oppressed people.
Just Cause 3, PS4
Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry, PS4
Super Motherload, PS3
Downwell, PS Vita (crossbuy with PS4)
Level 22, PS Vita
And those are your free games for August. But wait, there’s more for PS Plus members.
PS Plus Summer Movies are here! Enjoy six weeks of 99¢ rentals – selected for you from this summer’s hottest blockbusters. Starting us off with a bang, The Lego Batman Movie – handpicked for the whole family to enjoy. Check out the full schedule of movies below, then head over to PS Store each week to enjoy 99¢ rentals.
You can download the PlayStation Video app on Android or iOS devices and watch your movies on the go. Once rented, your unwatched movies stay in My Videos for up to 30 days. Hot right?
For Free-to-Play, Dreadnaught, launching in open beta on August 1st, will be offering a $20 PlayStation Plus pack starting August 15th. All PlayStation Plus members will also get the Ravenswood Plus Pack free.
There’s lot of great stuff to look forward to, but if you want something immediate, this weekend only, PlayStation Plus members can play Doom for free starting tomorrow, Thursday the 27th until the 30th. Play all weekend long, then save 50% on the full game purchase in the PlayStation Store with a PlayStation Plus exclusive discount, which is available through August 3rd.
And there you have it! See you next month.
Seems like that $59.99 a year is beginning to show it’s worth but don’t take our word for it, Let us know what you think in the comment section below! For more news like this and all things PlayStation related make sure to check back with us here at what’s up PlayStation.
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.
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.
PlayStation VR had a substantial presence during PlayStation’s E3 2017 press conference. One of the highlights for the PSVR games is being developed by Supermassive Games called Bravo Team. Bravo Team is a tactical cover-base first person shooter set to release at a To Be Announced(TBA) date. Even without a release date/window, this is a title PSVR owners should definitely keep their eyes on.
TEAMWORK: Teamwork is at the core of the game. Bravo Team has been developed to allow both single player and online 2 player co-op. Player co-operation is key. Verbal communication between players is essential to make the decisions you need to survive and avoid (or navigate) enemy detection.
INTENSE IMMERSIVE ACTION: Bravo Team takes you on a heart-pumping journey of intense combat and split-second decision making. With the feel of an action movie, Bravo Team offers exciting combat situations, multiple scenario outcomes and a seamless, continuous environment to create a wholly immersive experience.
TOTAL CONTROL: Bravo Team puts you directly into the action. You’ll need to lean round corners to take out targets or duck for cover if under fire. You’ll raise the aim controller to view through the iron sight or hold above your head to blind fire.
DECISIONS UNDER FIRE: You’ll make constant split-second tactical decisions about when to take cover, when to reload and when to engage. Should you lay down suppressing fire or try a different route? Who takes that new weapon? Players will need to think fast and act quickly to survive.
PlayStation 4 owners are in for a treat this month with Killing Floor 2 and Life is Strange being offered for free with a PS Plus membership. Both games will be available for download on June 6th from the PS Store. Your PS4 requires a PS Plus subscription to play most games online, but your membership also includes early access to upcoming games, beta trails, discounts on the PS Store, and 10 GB of online storage space.
Life is Strange features a 5 part episodic journey that follows Max Caulfied, a high school girl that discovers she has the ability to rewind time. With such a great power comes with a catch. Changing the past can vastly effect the future.
Killing Floor 2 is a first-person co-op shooter from Tripwire Interactive, where players can come together online to killing hordes of zombies called Zed. Try to get as many head shots as possible, head shots will grant players a few seconds where all actions for your team are slowed down, this is called “Zed Time“. For those who own a PS4 Pro here are Killing Floor 2 Pro enhanced features:
• 1800p checkboard rendering on 4K TV (3200×1800) optimized for 4K TVs
• Effectively supersampling and increased fps on HDTV
• Using additional memory to increased texture resolution to “Ultra Textures”
June 2017 PS Plus Full lineup:
Killing Floor 2, PS4
Life is Strange, PS4
Abyss Odyssey, PS3
WRC 5: World Rally Championship, PS3
Neon Chrome, PS Vita (crossbuy with PS4)
Spy Chameleon, PS Vita (crossbuy on PS4)
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The development team at Impulse Gear gives an very detail explanation on their approach on bringing Farpoint to PlayStation VR. Farpoint is an full fledged First Person Shooter with a extremely strong narrative available now on PSVR. PSVR owners can also immerse themselves with a friend as they explore and fight together in 2 player co-op mode. (A PS Plus membership is required)
Here is a brief description on Farpoint:
Farpoint is a riveting VR space adventure set on a hostile alien planet. On a mission to pick up scientists studying an anomaly near Jupiter, a sudden rupture nearby sends you and their station crashing onto an unknown alien world.
Separated from your colleagues, you must use holographic logs scattered throughout the landscape to reunite with the scientists and escape the planet. Explore and discover the secrets of the planet, blasting your way through hordes of indigenous and alien life as you keep moving to survive.
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Earlier today, David Jaffe took to the PlayStation Blog to announce that on April 4th Drawn To Death will be free for all PS Plus members in April 2017. If you’re not a PS Plus member expect to pay $19.99 for the PS4 arena based third person shooter. Drawn To Death is an all out 4v4 battle within a high-school teenager’s notebook. Being free for PS Plus member wasn’t the only thing he wanted to announce, but he also introduce some cool new features that will be included within the game at launch.
Sphinx Missions: Wake the mysterious Sphinx and see if you can solve her eight battle-focused riddles. For every riddle solved, a new weapon — or a new level — will be rewarded!
Character-centric Missions: Besides levelling up characters, players will also have the opportunity to work through 15 action-packed missions per each of the six launch characters. Earn costumes and rare Taunts as you work your way through your favorite characters. Master all of the character missions and you may come face to face with the Volcano God!
Mystery Boxes: Who doesn’t love Mystery Boxes?! The Drawn To Death Mystery Boxes are filled to the brim with amazing character taunts and insanely creative character skins. Get a free Mystery Box just by playing three matches online and then earn Mystery Boxes for every 150 kills you execute on the battlefield!
Climb the Tower: The Drawn To Death launch tower is based on the theme Dark Fairy Tales, and if you play in ranked mode, you’ll have a chance to reach the tower’s top, earning insane stickers for every floor you reach!
Insane Mystery Special Offer: I’m not at liberty to go into detail or spoil the surprise but let me just say this: “Destroy my enemies and my life… is yours!”
Spring time is upon us and that means another collection of games PlayStation 4 owners can purchase at a discounted rate. PlayStation 4 owners that are subscribed to PS Plus can take advantage with the PlayStation Store brand new for special promotions on Play Selective digital titles and receive a 20% discount on each title by preordering the select title you want. The first title kicks off on March 21st with Everything.
3/21 – Everything 3/28 – Rain World 4/4 – PaRappa The Rapper Remastered 4/11 – Cosmic Star Heroine 4/18 – Full Throttle Remastered 4/25 – What Remains of Edith Finch
As of right now I’ve preordered PaRappa the RapperPS4 remaster and What Remains of Edith Finch, two games I’m highly excited to play. One for that nostalgic inch and the other to satisfy my desire for a great mystery driven game. A free theme was included after purchase of both games.
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We’re entering a new year which means a new set of games for Plus members. January 2017 games of the month are Day of the Tentacle Remastered and This War of Mine: The Little Ones.
Day of the Tentacle Remastered is a mind-bending, time traveling, puzzle adventure in which three unlikely friends work together to prevent an evil mutated purple tentacle from taking over the world. The remastered released on March 22, 2016 for PlayStation 4.
This War of Mine: The Little Ones you play as a group of civilians trying to survive during a war. This intense survival game will have you making life and death choices for the sake of survival!
Day of The Tentacle Remastered, PS4 (Cross buy on PS Vita)
This War of Mine: The Little Ones, PS4
The Swindle, PS3 (Cross Buy on PS4 and PS Vita)
Azkend 2, PS Vita
Titan Souls, PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4)
What do you all think of the free games of the month for January 2017? Are you interested in playing them or would like to see more games possibly to your taste? Comment below let us know!
It’s that time of the month where PlayStation announces the free PlayStation Plus Games we’re set to receive for the upcoming month. This month we have Invisible Inc. Console Edition on PS4, and the ever-changing narrative of Stories: The Path of Destinies will now be available to add to your library of PlayStation Plus Free games. Here’s the full rundown via the PS Blog Below:
Invisible Inc. Console Edition combines turn-based strategy with the world of espionage. Use stealth, technology, and teamwork to break into the most dangerous corporations in the world.
If stealth and intrigue isn’t your cup of cocoa this winter, no worries! Stories: The Path of Destinies on PS4 is also coming your way. Guide the heroic Reynardo through an always evolving world that will feel colorful and vibrant, where your choices will affect not only Reynardo’s fate, but the lives of those around him.
Invisible, Inc., PS4
Stories: Path of Destinies, PS4
Hyper Void, PS3
Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, PS3 (Cross buy on PS4 and Vita)