PlayStation Plus: Did One Of The July Games Leak? [VIDEO]

Sony will not reveal the official list of which games the PlayStation Plus subscribers can access for free for almost two more weeks, but one of the titles might have been figured out.


On ResetEra, a post mentioned that we should keep an eye on A Plague Tale: Innocence, which launched in May 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. But we suspect that the PlayStation 4 version will not be a freebie for July for those who spend a lot to have online multiplayer. Let’s get a bit more details on the table.

So Asobo Studio‘s game, which is published by Focus Home Interactive, is going to soon launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch. The Switch version will run in the cloud and be available via the Nintendo eShop. But let’s get back to the two next-gen consoles: A Plague Tale: Innocence is going to run on 4K resolution, at sixty frames per second, with 3D audio support.

However, the release date is what raises suspicions, as A Plague Tale: Innocence will launch on July 6 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and Nintendo Switch. That would be the first Tuesday of the month… when Sony happens to switch the PlayStation Plus games to the next batch of games. With this move, Sony would continue the tradition of either giving away freshly released PlayStation 5 games, or new PS5 ports to previously available titles (a few examples: Bugsnax, Maneater, Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last…). Because of it, we suspect that only the PlayStation 5 version of the game will be free, and not the PlayStation 4 original (which, however, offers a free PS5 upgrade)!

A Plague Tale: Innocence, which is set in 1349’s France in the middle of the plague, is going to get a sequel, too. It is called A Plague Tale: Requiem. However, we do need to emphasize that the PlayStation Plus appearance is not confirmed yet!

Source: PSU, Gematsu

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