The free games lineup for PS Plus users this May was disappointing, to say the least. Will the PS Plus June lineup get any better?
A lot of fans complained about the quality of the free games in May. The lineup for PS Plus June free games is expected to be a significant upgrade as compared to this month’s Farming Simulator and Cities: Skylines, but exactly what games could players be getting this coming month? Here are the rumored titles.
Burnout: Paradise Remastered
The Nintendo Switch will be getting Burnout: Paradise Remastered next month. What better way to join the hype than by adding the game to next month’s free lineup of games for PS Plus members.
Burnout: Paradise is an action-packed racing that makes crashing a huge part of the gameplay. It’s one of the most popular racing titles from the PlayStation 2 era, and it deserves to be in every gamer’s library.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a side story follow-up to Uncharted 4. It is one of Naughty Dog’s last entries for the franchise. Seeing that The Last of Us 2 is going to launch next month, Sony could be giving away one of the developer’s best titles for free for PS Plus subscribers.
It can’t give away The Last of Us as the first game was made a part of the PS Plus lineup last year. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy features intense action like its predecessors. Nathan Drake might not be included in the game, but it’s amazing nonetheless, and it’s one of the best PS Plus June game additions possible.
The Outer Worlds
Like Burnout, The Outer Worlds is going to get a release on the Nintendo Switch. It has been available on the PS4 since Oct. 2019, and PS Plus subscribers are sure to appreciate it if Sony makes the game free next month.
Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds is a first-person RPG that is highly inspired by Fallout New Vegas, which was made by the same developer. Aside from great shooting mechanics, the game also features a great narrative that can be altered through decision making in the game.
If these are the PS Plus June free games, then subscribers are certainly going to be thankful. Hopefully, Sony does its best to make up for May’s disappointing lineup. Gamers need some new titles in their libraries now that the pandemic is causing them to go through their backlogs a lot faster.
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