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This new leak reveals some of the games that may come on PlayStation Plus and Extra next month

This new leak reveals some of the games that may come on PlayStation Plus and Extra next month

A new leak has given us an early peek at the games that may be coming to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium next month.

according to ResetEra’s BlackBate – a mysterious poster that properly leaked games ahead of schedule – it appears that Sony’s top two PS+ subscribers will see the following games join the lineup: Stray (Which relates to what we already know), FFVII Remake Intergrade + FF7R EPISODE INTERmission, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered, Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry, Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection, Saints Row IV: Reelected.

Stray release date trailer.

BlackBate thinks the games will join the PS Plus library on July 19 – yes, Stray’s release date – and remember that these are just “a few games”, perhaps hinting that there’s more to come.

Without an official confirmation from Sony, all we can do is regard this as another unsubstantiated rumor at the moment, but if it turns out to be true, it looks like it’s a good month to be a fan of the classic Assassin’s Creed games.

“From what we’ve seen so far, Stray is a two-player game – the protagonist is a fuzzy ginger ball, but they’re trapped in a miserable block of concrete lit by bright neon lights,” Lottie said in her recent interview. stray preview.

“It is a city of litter-strewn alleyways, cat-meat-hungry creatures and puzzles that, despite the little insight we get, are really interesting. Has the city always belonged to robots? If not, how did they become the only inhabitants? Why are there bars? When robot heads designed for PC monitors in the ’90s don’t have mouths? And most importantly – where exactly is our cat and how dangerous are they really? Finding the answer to these questions will be in your paws.”

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