PlayStation Plus Free Games For July 2016; Full List, How To Download For PS4, PS3, PS Vita

By V Doctor , Updated Jul 06, 2016 09:17 AM EDT

The full list of PlayStation Plus free games for July 2016 was recently unveiled and are currently available in North America and Europe. The new titles will enter the Instant Game Collection on July 5, which means that the free games for June 2016 expired on the same date.

The exiting PlayStation Plus free games in June 2016 that were previously available on the PlayStation Store in North America and Europe include Gone Home and NBA 2K16 on PlayStation 4, Echochrome and Siren: Blood Curse (Episodes 1-12) on PlayStation 3, Little Deviants on PlayStation Vita, God of War: Chains of Olympus on PS Vita and PSP.

The PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection featured the following free titles, including their respective download sizes on the PlayStation Store:

  •  Furi (PS4) - 3.4GB
  •  Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (PS4) - 6.5GB
  •  Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (PS3) - 3.4GB
  •  Fat Princess (PS3) - 365MB
  •  Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines (PS Vita) - 2.8GB
  •  Prince of Persia: Revelations (PSP, PS Vita) - 1.5 GB

The Bitbag noted that there will be two free games for each console. The time of availability will differ for every region. Sony provides on PlayStation Plus free games on the first Tuesday of the month in North America. Those in Europe will receive their titles after a few hours, which means that some areas may experience short delays in terms of availability.

Furi is a brand new game developed by The Game Bakers, an independent studio. Players are placed in boss fights and they have to defeat all nine. There are also rewards given for every boss defeated. The game has received good reviews so far, and players particularly admire how the game is a good mix of a narrative focusing on challenging boss fights and arcade-like gameplay. It is the only title among the PlayStation Plus free games list that was not released on multiple platforms.

PlayStation Lifestyle stated that aside from the PlayStation Plus free games in July, subscribers can also access "Paragon" early before the open beta starts on August 16. A Starter Pack was made available by Epic Games for $40, which features three Master Challenges for the heroes Murdock, Gadget and Rampage.

Those who wish to avail of the PlayStation Plus free games should first subscribe. Visit the PlayStation Store online and click on the available free titles. The games have to be activated on the respective gaming system to download.

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