PS Plus: July’s free game for PS4 and PS5 may have been revealed ahead of time

By now, everyone will know that Sony offers PS Plus subscribers some free games every month, and the last days of each month are approaching generating great expectations about what the offers will be in the next period.

The official announcement only comes on the last Wednesday of each month, but it appears that Resetera researchers have previously discovered one of the titles that will fill the library of PS4 and PS5 players next month.

This is A Plague Tale: Innocence, considered one of the best games of 2019 and which tells the story of Amicia de Rune and her brother Hugo de Rune. The game essentially relies on stealth to avoid hostile encounters in order to find a cure for Hugo’s illness.

Plague Tale: Innocence could be one of the free games for PS Plus subscribers in July

This leak is due to the fact that the sequel to this game was announced during E3 2021, under the name A Plague Tale: Requiem and scheduled to arrive on the launch day of Xbox Game Pass.

Well, the same source that ensured the successful reveal of the sequel now ensures that the first game of the franchise will be offered to PS Plus subscribers, as a way to encourage players to immerse themselves in the story of Amicia and Hugo, increasing excitement for the sequel.

In addition, there are indications that the Asobo studio will finalize a remastered version of A Plague Tale: Innocence, and that this version will be offered next month.

Those who already own the game will be entitled to a free PS5 update, something that should work quite well because the game already offers pretty good graphics, allied to an engaging storyline.

If confirmed, it will be an excellent offer for those who subscribe to PS Plus, but only on June 30 will we be sure if this will be one of the free PS Plus games for the month of July.

via: Resetera

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