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PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium: here are the new games for July 2022

Sony intends to satisfy PS4 and PS5 players with its new PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium formulas. Indeed, the Japanese firm has just announced about fifteen new video games coming out in July 2022. An opportunity for subscribers to take advantage of some famous games such as Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade; To roam; several Assassin’s Creeds; Or Marvel’s Avengers.

Earlier this month, an insider revealed a list of new games coming to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium in July 2022. Good news: all the names mentioned are correct. Sony also announced more on their blog.

Here is a list of new games available with PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscriptions starting July 19:

  • To roam;
  • Avengers Marvel;
  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and Episode Intermission – PS5 only;
  • Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag;
  • Assassin’s Creed Unity;
  • Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered;
  • Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry;
  • Assassin’s Creed Ezio Collection;
  • Saints Row 4: re-elected;
  • Saints Row: Get out of hell;
  • Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition – PS5 only
  • Ice Age: Scrat’s Crazy Adventure;
  • Jumanji Video game;
  • Puppy Patrol Live! ;
  • Ready Heroes.

Please note that PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will also be able to enjoy two additional PSP titles in the Retro Games Collection:

  • Heroes are prohibited! ;
  • LocoRoco Midnight Carnival.

As a reminder, PlayStation Plus Extra is priced at €13.99 per month (collection of 400 PS4/PS5 games and PS+ Essential benefits); while the Extra plan costs €16.99 per month (Extra PS+ benefits, 340 additional PS4/PS5 games, PS3/PS4 game cloud games, retro games collection and exclusive demos).

A little more time? Check out our PlayStation Plus article: New free games for PS4 and PS5 in July 2022!

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