Here are the games you get with PlayStation Plus in July

PlayStation Plus subscribers can pick up three games in July, as part of their membership. These are Crash Bandicoot 4, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan and Arcadegedoon.

At least that’s if we can believe the leak from Dealabs’ “car-only”, which repeatedly finds out from the PlayStation Plus games several days before Sony’s official announcement.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.

Activision Blizzard

The fourth main game in the Crash Bandicoot series came into the world in 2020, over two decades after Crash 3. The game reintroduced us to Crash and his wonderful friends, in a platform adventure, the reviewer is very much appreciated.

– After over 20 years with a number of good, mediocre and downright bad side jumps, the Crash Bandicoot trilogy has finally got the sequel it deserves. Not only does Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time offer a worthy continuation of the style and mechanics of the original trilogy, but it also builds on this foundation with a number of new and exciting ideas, wrote Espen Jansen.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan.

Bandai Namco

Man of Medan is the first feature in the ever-expanding The Dark Pictures series from Supermassive Games (Until Dawn). The game from 2019 is full of horror, but despite some enjoyable moments, the experience was a bit too messy.

– Compared to what the developers have delivered before, it is difficult not to feel a little disappointed with Man of Medan. Until Dawn was by no means a flawless masterpiece, and Hidden Agenda had a number of very obvious flaws, but despite any flaws, flaws and stereotypes, the power of the games at least to entertain most of the time, was the conclusion of Espen Jansen.




The multiplayer shooter Arcadegeddon slipped into early access in July 2021. The game has since been available on PlayStation and via the Epic store, and if the PlayStation Plus leak is true, it looks like a full launch is on the way.

In Arcadegeddon, players fight alone or with up to three friends to explore the world, play mini-games and, of course, chatter down heaps of small and large enemies. Here, there is both computer-controlled opposition and players from other teams that you have to catch up with in a number of different ways.

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