PlayStation Plus games for July 2022 leaked

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Unsurprisingly, the same reliable leaker that has gotten every month right this year, is back to leak the upcoming games for PlayStation Plus in the month of July. While PlayStation Plus has changed, the monthly games are available to all subscribers to the service, and will be as follows: Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time for PS4 and PS5, The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan for PS4, and Arcadegeddon for PS4 and PS5. While this is currently just a rumor, it'll likely be verified by PlayStation themselves before the end of the month.

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PlayStation Plus Essentials
PlayStation Plus Deluxe
PlayStation Plus Premium

Like, why isn't Essentials called "Standard", and Deluxe is inferior to Premium? Deluxe sounds way cooler than Premium.

Sony could have done a better job titling the tiers.

Anyway, that's a good lineup of "free" games.
 

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Weird they got Crash Bandicoot when it's now owned by Activision which is or soon to be acquired by microsoft..
 
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