THE PS PLUS June 2018 lineup of free PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games will be announced before the end of May; here’s when you can expect to hear more.
Sony will announce their new roster of PS Plus free games before the end of the month.
However, while fans will be eager to find out what PlayStation games will be included in June, they will
have to wait a little while longer.
It seems likely that Sony will reveal their new roster of PS Plus June 2018 titles on Wednesday, May 30.
This has become the usual time that we what’s being cooked up for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
Something that fans may have started noticing is that Sony are now sending out emails about upcoming changes to the subscription service.
Not happening until next year, PlayStation Plus users are being reminded that PS3 and PS Vita games will be removed from the lineup in March 2019.
“After 8 March 2019, the Monthly Games provided to PlayStation Plus members will no longer include PS3 or PS Vita titles,” the email reads.
“Any PS3 or PS Vita Monthly Games downloaded or previously added to your Download List will remain playable for as long as you remain a PlayStation Plus member.
“Beyond 8 March 2019, Monthly Games will only include PlayStation®4 (PS4™) titles. All other features and benefits of the PlayStation Plus service will remain unaffected.”
This has already been announced by Sony, but it appears the company are doing the best so that all affected customers have time to cancel their subscriptions before the chance take place.
When it comes to June’s lineup of titles, it appears they will be going live on Tuesday, June 5.
That’s when the company usually perform their PlayStation Store refresh, so there’s still plenty of time to grab whatever you haven’t from May.
The May 2018 PlayStation Plus lineup includes Rayman Legends and Beyond: Two Souls for PS4.
PS3 users can download Risen 3 Titan Lords and Eat Them, while PlayStation Vita owners can look forward to King Oddball and Furmins.
PS Plus free games often leak before the big announcement, so stay tuned for more information.
In terms of predictions and wishlists, first-party releases like Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and The Last of Us Remastered would be welcome additions to PS Plus.
Sony has already pulled out a first-party exclusive or two this year, making the likes of Bloodborne, Ratchet & Clank and Knack free to PS Plus subscribers.
It should be noted that the content you have downloaded as part of your PlayStation Plus subscription at no charge is only accessible as long as you are an active subscriber.
The exceptions are free themes and avatars, which you will continue to have access to, even if you are no longer a subscriber.
Anything you have purchased (even if you purchased it at a discount) will remain available to you even if your subscription ends.
Also, different countries have different rights, release schedules and, have different things available in their PlayStation Store for this reason.
So this is why you may hear about different games being available in Asia, Europe and North America, when it comes to some PS Plus announcements.