The July PS Plus line-up was rumoured and 'leaked' multiple times, but the end product will surprise many!
There are three fantastic games on offer this month, check out which titles you can grab for free as part of your subscription.
LATEST - THe July PS Plus Line-Up Is Revealed
We now know which games will be part of PS Plus for July!
As many predicted, A Plague Tale: Innocence will headline the announcement with its PS5 upgraded version being made available.
From there we have Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and WWE Battlegrounds available for PS4. Certainly a range of games up for grabs this month and hopefully something to keep everyone happy!
What Time the PS Plus July Games Line-Up Will be Revealed
Unless there is some unforeseen delay, the July PS Plus games will be revealed at 4:30pm BST/11:30am ET on June 30.
If you keep an eye on the official PlayStation Twitter account at that time, you'll spot the announcement, but we'll have it here for you too as soon as it's out.
Then, the games will be released for download at midnight your local time on July 6. Even if the games are not shown as free on the PS Plus tab, you should be able to get them for free by searching for them.
PS Plus July Full Games Lineup
While none of the games have been officially revealed yet, we do know for almost certain what one of the game will be.
Following a leak that a PS5 version of A Plague Tale: Innocence was going to be a free PS Plus game in July 2021, the game was officially announced with a release date of July 6.
Therefore, it's almost nailed on that the leak is right and the adventure game will be free to subscribers in July.
Elsewhere, the likes of Uncharted: Lost Legacy and WRC 9 have been hinted at as the free PS4 games in July, but no-one has corroborated the leaks, so they're likely false.
Our Free Games Predictions
While it's difficult to predict the other games, with so many thousands to choose from, the following titles are ones that we think might makes sense.
At E3 2021, it was revealed that Godfall is coming to PlayStation 4, complete with some more DLC.
It wasn't that popular at launch, so giving it a boost via PS Plus in July would be a great idea.
The Pathless released just after the PS5 console did, alongside a PS4 version.
It would be another great addition to the July PS Plus games lineup, maybe being the start of PS4/PS5 crossgen games being offered in the service.