Monster Hunter Rise, Anno 1800, Far Cry 4, And More Coming To PlayStation Plus June 2024 Game Catalog


Posted on June 12, 2024 by Nick Moreno

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Like you might already understand, PlayStation Plus has & continues to deliver more value to its subscribers. Looking at May alone, it was pretty eventful. Its free titles includes EA Sports FC 24, Ghostrunner II, Tunic, And Destiny 2: Lightfall. Additionally, the monthly game catalog update featured Red Dead Redemption 2, Crime Boss: Rockay City, and Watch Dogs as well then.

Entering into June, it was revealed that the next batch of free games consists of SpongeBob Squarepants: The Cosmic Shake, AEW Fight Forever, Streets of Rage 4. What’s more, Sony is also hosting PlayStation ‘Day of Play 2024’ in June. The new announcement added games Dredge & Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – The Definitive Edition to PlayStation Plus alongside a handful of PlayStation VR 2 titles also.

So now as we are nearing half mast for June 2024, the newest lineup for PlayStation Plus game catalog is on the horizon. Coming June 18th, PlayStation Plus will welcome new games for Extra & Premium members. You can read the full list below:

PlayStation VR 2

Kayak VR: Mirage

PlayStation 5

After Us
Anno 1800
Crusader Kings III
Football Manager 2024
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6
Monster Hunter Rise
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers

PlayStation 4

Far Cry 4
LEGO The Hobbit
LEGO The Incredibles
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6
Monster Hunter Rise
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers

PlayStation Portable

Daxter
LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

PlayStation

Ghosthunter

From the new list, we already did a review for Monster Hunter Rise. From playing the game, we found the title “does a great job of performing fantastic on the smaller system. […] All the bells and whistles are there, and despite the hardware limitations art style pushes Rise to new series heights.”

Furthermore, we also did a review for Police Simulator: Patrol Officers. “Police Simulator Patrol Officers portrays a solid foundation of a police officer’s career along with the ability to improve. While there are a large amount of options and crimes available to us for investigation, those which are absent along with some buggy features detract from would could be an extremely complete representation.” You can read the full review by heading here.

Are you interested in any of the new titles coming this month?

Source: PlayStation Blog

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