Game Of Thrones, Don’t Die, Mr. Robot And Other Free Games On PlayStation Plus This July 2017; Check Them Out Here

Sony is again treating PlayStation Plus subscribers with freebies this July. Several exciting video games will be offered for free to its subscribers. Among the best of the lot are titles like Game of Thrones, Don't Die, Mr. Robot and other well-regarded titles.

Here is the lineup of video games that Sony will provide for free for PlayStation Plus and PS Vita subscribers. Gamers should not pass this chance to get hold of these games since they are only free-of-charge for a limited time. In addition to these treats, Sony has also lined up a number of add-ons.

Here Are The PS4 Games For Free

There are two games for free this July for PS4 owners who are PlayStation Plus subscribers. One of them is Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series. This is an episodic video game based on the Game of Thrones TV series originally released in December 2014. It combines drama, adventure, and fantasy rendered in 3D graphics.

The other free video game for PS4 PlayStation subscribers is Until Dawn. This is an interactive video game where gamers are brought into a survival horror adventure. It was developed by Supermassive Games and was originally released in August 2015.

Here Are The Free Games For PS3

There are also two free games for PS3 owners who are PlayStation Plus subscribers. The first one is Tokyo Jungle. This is a survival action game created by Crispy's and was originally released on June 7, 2012. The second game is Darkstalkers Resurrection which is about resurrected vampires. It was developed by Iron Galaxy Studios and was first released on Mar. 12, 2013.

There Are Also Free Games For PS Vita

PS Vita owners who are also PlayStation Plus Subscribers can get their free copies of two games in July. One of the games is Element41, a puzzle platforming video game developed by I-Illusions and released originally on May 25, 2013. The other game is Don't Die, Mr. Robot, a dodge-em-up arcade game, with fruits, explosions, and multipliers. It was originally released on Oct. 29, 2014.

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