Hey, we’re halfway to June, and you know what that means. That means we get the chance to utilize some of our beliefs compile a batch of predictions on upcoming PS Plus freebies for June. While some might be disappointed, the month of June is expected to surprise most of us. But let’s see the possible sway of PS Plus in June before we dive deeper.
Thanks to the arrival of the new PS5 console, Sony has changed the way of releasing PS Plus games every month. The freebies are rather divided due to balancing between the subscribers on the old-gen and current-gen console, just to alleviate possible frustrations. Each month it seems that Sony is releasing a flagship title on the PS5, while the significance of the PS4 ones is rather smaller or less costly, if I may say.
Without further ado, let’s look at our predictions for the PS Plus Games of June.
PS Plus Free Games Predictions For June 2021
There have been rumors whirling around the social platforms discovering possible releases, and at least 3 games are expected to be added to the program so that PS Plus members may have fun playing those three during June.
Operation Tango (PS5)
First off, there is Operation Tango.
Operation Tango, an online co-op adventure set to release on June 1st. It won’t be strange if it gets to the PS Plus June 2021 offer because it releases on June 1st. Similar to Oddworld: Soulstorm, the game that hit the service on its day one launch. Operation Tango is not supposed to be a costly title to purchase, which makes us believe that it’s a strong contender for being a part of June 2021 freebies.
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts (PS5)
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts is one of the other titles scheduled to arrive in June 2021. The game was supposed to launch in fall 2020 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, but it was prolonged to June 4, 2021. It might be one of the other games that will become available on the service at launch, even though its chances are small.
Code Vein (PS4)
An already thrown gameplay experience that is not as exciting as it used to. 2 years after its launch, the game gathered most of its popularity in 2019. Bandai Namco’s open-world third-person ARPG had a mixed reception by the fans, and after it sold 1 million copies until 2020, the game lost its hype.
DiRT 5 (PS4)
DiRT 5, as I remember it the most realistic rally racing game. It is the final game released before the acquisition of Codemasters, which is now the property of Electronic Arts as of February 2021. DiRT 5 is undoubtedly rich in features with very realistic mechanics and driving as you’ve never met before. It is a good fit for PS Plus, as recently, the service has missed adding the racing genre to the service.
Now that we have our own batch of predictions, what do you think? Do you agree with the titles listed above or believe there has a chance of arriving at the service? Let us know in the comments below!