PlayStation Plus July Games Announced, Plus Anniversary Bonus

Yolanda Curtis
June 30, 2020

July is nearly upon us and Sony has revealed the PlayStation Plus lineup for July 2020, with a third bonus game available to celebrate the 10th anniversary of PlayStation Plus. All three titles will be able to download for PlayStation 4 starting Tuesday, July 7. If you download them before they leave the service, those games are available as long as you're a subscriber. Erica is an choice-based interactive thriller about a young woman (funnily enough) called Erica, who is plagued by nightmares of her father's death and sets out to uncover the true about what really happened.

Sony has introduced that National Basketball Association 2K20, Increase of the Tomb Raider: 20 Calendar year Celebration, and Erica will be July 2020's PlayStation In addition absolutely free video games. Since there is little time left, you'll need to be quick!


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In Rise of the Tomb Raider, Lara Croft becomes more than a survivor as she embarks on her first Tomb Raiding expedition to the most treacherous and remote regions of Siberia. As she races to find a powerful and sought-after artifact before Trinity, the trail leads to a myth about the Lost City of Kitezh. When traumatic occasions are introduced back again to light-weight by using new clues, you should figure out the "surprising real truth powering this devastating tragedy". Non-Plus members will also have the ability to play online for free all day Saturday in their local times, and PlayStation will be giving out a free PS4 theme for the anniversary later this week.


"It's been a memorable journey over the years, bringing gamers together and providing access to compelling content and exclusive discounts for our members". This coming weekend will also be a free online multiplayer weekend for the service, allowing folks that haven't already signed up for the subscription service to give it a whirl as it is typically locked behind the paywall.


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