June PlayStation Plus Games List Leaks

Killing Floor 2 is Tripwire's zed-splattering tour-de-force that feels just as brutal and frenetic on PlayStation 4 as it does on PC and is by far one of the best shooters of the past year.

So it would appear that, at least in Turkey, PlayStation 4 gamers can look forward to Killing Floor 2 and Life is odd next month, which are two fantastic choices.

Although Sony has yet to officially announce these titles or the rest of the full lineup of free games for PS Plus subscribers, it's likely Sony are saving their announcement until the last Wednesday of the month ahead of a June 6 release.

Earlier this month, developer Dontnot Entertainment confirmed that a follow-up to Life is unusual is on its way. Based on the game's popularity and a huge demand, they have decided to make a sequel to the game. Max teams up with her best friend Chloe Price and embarks on a journey to investigate the most mysterious and mind-boggling disappearance of a fellow student named as Rachel Amber.

Each month sees six games featured, with two titles each for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

Bothe of these games are critically acclaimed and worldwide popular titles.

The first episode of Life Is Strange is now available for free, but the entire series still needs to be purchased. Numerous games that have been available are of poor quality or aren't the sort of older Triple A titles that Xbox gamers normally receive.

All the PlayStation Vita fans can still have access to Laser Disco Defenders and Type: Rider via the Cross-buy feature. Blood Knights and Port Royale 3 are also available on PS3 as part of May 2017 PlayStation Plus games lineup.

Whether this will be applying across the board, Playstation has yet to confirm - but it is true, this will be pretty awesome considering the monthly lineup of PlayStation games have been pretty sub-par since Sony introduced the paid program.

  • Arturo Norris