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PS Plus’ Free Games For June Might Leaked – One Of Them Is A Huge Hit!

Ahead of Sony’s announcement on 1 June, PS Plus free games for June 2022 have been leaked online – and it looks like a massive line-up.

 

 

June 2022 promises to be a big month for PlayStation fans. Of course, there’s also the launch of PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium on 13 June, as well as the free months of the Essential tier. Not to mention the State of Play taking place on 2 June. While there’s plenty of information to come in the coming days, the PlayStation Plus free games for June 2022 have reportedly already leaked online.

As we’ve seen, the PS Plus free game line-up has been leaking out over the last few months.

According to sources on the Areajugones website, the three PlayStation Plus free games will include God of War, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. God of War is about as popular a game as you can get, while Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl may be of most interest to kids. Fans will find out for sure on 1 June, as Sony is expected to announce them then, or maybe even today if Billbil-kun – the little chatterbox of recent months – confirms the leak. It should also be noted that Nick Baker, a known insider, has also said that this could be the real list.

Now, many may be wondering why God of War is being given away, especially as it is part of the PS5 PS Plus Collection and the upcoming PlayStation Plus Extra offer. It’s actually a pretty smart move on Sony’s part. By offering one of its most popular games for free, newcomers or those who haven’t played it before can try it out, and that could lead to more PS Plus Extra subscribers.

Plus, PS4 users will also get a game that PS5 owners got, so it can’t be too much of a problem.

It’s also possible that God of War as a PS Plus game could be marketing for God of War: Ragnarok. The Sony’s State of Play focuses on external partners, but that doesn’t mean more information about the sequel won’t be revealed in June. And if it does, giving away the first game will increase anticipation for the sequel. Either way, it’ll be interesting to see if Sony confirms this line-up, as well as how fans overall receive it.

Source: VGC

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