The new PlayStation Plus Premium and Extra services will offer the first monthly series of iconic games. These include five Assassin’s creed games, Marvel’s Avengers, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Cyberpunk platformer Stray, and five Final Fantasy 7 Remake games.
We expected Sony to announce the July list of PlayStation Plus subscribers soon after launching its new PlayStation Plus formula. The Japanese company revealed the first list of titles available to all subscribers at beginning of the month, but now they have just announced the full list of games for subscribers who subscribed to the Extra and Premium options that we were able test.
One week ago, a leaker revealed some titles that would be available to PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers and Premium subscribers. This included many titles from the Final Fantasy VII remake as well as several titles from the Assassin’s Creed saga. But Sony has now completed the list.
What games will be on PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium in July 2022 and what games will they have?
From July 19th, subscribers to PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium will be able to receive close to fifteen free titles. The full list of available games is here:
- Lost (PS4 & PS5)
- Marvel’s Avengers (PS4 & PS5)
- Final Fantasy 7 Episode Intermission and Intergrade (only for PS5)
- Assassin’s Creed: 4 Black Flag
- Assassin’s Creed Unity
- Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered
- Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry
- Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection
- Saints Row 4: Reelected
- Saints Row: Get Out of Hell
- Only available in Spirit of the North: Enhanced edition (PS5)
- Ice Age: Scrat’s Nutty Adventure
- Jumanji, the videogame
- Paw Patrol is on the move!
- ReadySet Heroes
PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers have access to older titles. They also get two extra PSP games: No Heroes Allowed! LocoRoco Midnight carnival, one of the most iconic games on the portable console. It’s a shame that no other games from the PS1 or PS2 eras have been added to this month. To celebrate the launch of the PlayStation 1, we had hoped that Sony would add more titles to Premium subscribers, but this is not true.