PS Plus June confirmed: now with two free games per format

Thursday, 29th May 2014 16:16 GMT By Dave Cook

PlayStation Plus members can now look forward to a revamped Instant Game Collection starting next week, which gives players two free games on each format.


It follows this partial leak of June’s PS Plus freebies that got most of them right.

However, on the PS Blog, Sony Computer Entertainment’s PS Store and Plus content manager Chris Howe confirmed that subscribers will get two free games per format – PS4, PS3 and PS Vita – on the first Wednesday of each month. New games will still be added each following month.

Here’s what’s leaving and entering PS Plus on June 4:

Leaving PS Plus:

  • 30th April: Stick it to the Man
  • 30th April: Payday 2
  • 30th April: Brothers A Tale of Two Sons
  • 30th April: Muramasa Rebirth
  • 30th April: Everybody’s Golf

Entering PS Plus:

  • 4th June: Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate (Cross Buy)
  • 4th June: Trine 2: The Complete Story
  • 4th June: NBA 2K14
  • 4th June: Lone Survivor (Cross Buy)
  • 4th June: Dragon’s Crown
  • 4th June: Surge Deluxe

See anything you like?

Via Eurogamer.



  1. Legendaryboss

    260+ comments? Wow! Um okay this month’s selection, horrible? Crap? Good? Okay? Excellent?

    #1 7 months ago
  2. salarta

    “See anything you like?”

    My brain is clearly broken, because I just imagined that being said by the topless girl in Halloween to Michael Myers in the ghost blanket.

    #2 7 months ago
  3. johnapocalypse

    Two free games on PS4 now?!

    #3 7 months ago
  4. Joe Musashi

    Shitty PS+ games are not free. Bad clickbait journalism. Would rather play Halo.


    #4 7 months ago
  5. onlineatron

    enjoyed having the ‘evergreen’ titles around when i wasn’t a regular plus sub. but seeing them there all the time now i already have them is a bummer. so glad for the change. two ps4 games is a cool thing, especially when they are new titles for ‘free’ like pixeljunk

    #5 7 months ago
  6. jmg24bad

    There is going to also be the evergreen titles for the next ps+ year. Probably announced at E3

    #6 7 months ago
  7. polygem

    PS+ is great and all but i prefer the Steam sales because it gives me a bit more freedom to choose the games that i actually want to get.

    The PS+ system is kind of weird because it can give you a bad feeling picking up a game on day one, paying full price…It might be on PS+ pretty soon. Look at Soul Sacrifice and Demons Crown and others.

    Don´t get me wrong, i am not complaining about this service. It´s a great but i would personally prefer more frequent and drastic sales than getting free games without being able to decide which ones.

    #7 7 months ago
  8. GK

    i prefer is people get the list and could chose,later they sum results and see what people want :)

    #8 7 months ago
  9. ManuOtaku

    i only will get ps plus for the online aspect, this free games are not my thing, discounts on the other hand, yes i will pick games under that premise, but games attached to a subscription, thanks, but no thanks, it is not for me. But happy for gamers that like it that way, though.

    #9 7 months ago
  10. dazedonthemoon

    Looking forward to the US PS Plus update, interested to see what the replace Resogun with. And to the people with a problem with getting content for free with PS Plus, life may be happier if you try removing the giant stick from your bums.

    #10 7 months ago
  11. _LarZen_

    Yet a month with great games. PS+ and Origin is setting a standard. Hope Microsoft and Steam step up.

    #11 7 months ago
  12. CycloneFox

    Great news. Two games for each system is awesome.

    @Joe Musashi: Yes, they are free to Plus Members. You don’t loose the licence after some time or so and you don’t pay for the games. Even without Plus, the games still stay as “purchased” on your account and will be available again as soon as you re-enter your Plus membership. The only debatable part is the licence. But then again, it’s very common to get a licence for software you may only use as long as you have the account (in this case, plus), you purchased the software with.
    The only thing is, the Plus account itself is not free. But its pretty cheap for the service, you get. Steam games will also disappear without steam. In contrast to PS Plus, it’s even real DRM, where Plus games are just applied with an expiration date which must only be updated online as soon as it expires. Other than that, they are fully playable offline. And valve is not even half as big as Sony. I could imagine that in a post-apocalyptic future where online services cease to exist, the SEN has a better chance of existing, than Steam. I see no reason to ever drop my Plus member ship as well as I don’t see any reason to ever drop my Steam account (for example).

    #12 7 months ago
  13. Joe Musashi

    @12 Ermmm…


    #13 7 months ago

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