PS Plus June 2017 Free Games: Here's what to expect next month

Posted May 31, 2017

Officially speaking, Sony will be making an announcement of the June 2017 PlayStation Plus titles this coming Wednesday, May 31, before ensuring that the announced titles would end up live on Tuesday, June 6.

"Killing Floor 2", on the other hand, features an outbreak in continental Europe.

The rest of the June 2017 line-up is still to be announced so stay tuned for official word from Sony.

PlayStation Turkey's Twitter account let loose an image featuring both Killing Floor 2 and Life is unusual as part of the free games players can download next month. According to Dontonod Entertainment, Life is odd has sold over 3 million copies worldwide. Based on the game's popularity and a huge demand, they have decided to make a sequel to the game. Dontnod Entertainment has plans to reveal the game at E3 gaming expo next month.

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Sony is set to roll out its lineup of video games for the PlayStation Plus June 2017.

"The pair soon find themselves investigating the mysterious disappearance of fellow student Rachel Amber, uncovering a dark side to life in Arcadia Bay".

The tweet doesn't hint at, show, or state what the free games will be for PS3 or PlayStation Vita, and many of those games tend to be cross-platform meaning that you can play them on your PlayStation 4 as well.

"Life is odd is an award-winning and critically acclaimed episodic adventure game that allows the player to rewind time and affect the past, present and future".

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PlayStation Vita users wil receive Laser Disco Defenders and Type: Rider, which are both Cross Buy with PS4.

As far as the free PlayStation Vita games for June 2017 are concerned, we expect to see some of the titles fans have predicted for the month.

For PlayStation 3, PS Plus members can download Blood Knights and Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, while Laser Disco Defenders and Type:Rider are available for PS Vita owners.

People can not be mistaken about this leak as it shows a photo of the games' covers placed side by side and then marked with the PlayStation Plus logo.

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