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PlayStation Plus Game Catalog for July 2022 revealed

Published: 16:03, 13 July 2022
Updated: 16:10, 13 July 2022
PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue artwork showing newly added games
PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue update for July 2022 brings Stray, Marvel's Avengers and more

PlayStation have officially revealed the first set of new titles that will be added to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium in July 2022. 

Kitten platformer Stray is the biggest highlight of the inaugural Game Catalog lineup for the new PlayStation Plus service. Sony today revealed the lineup of games that will be coming to Extra and Premium members in July 2022 and it's safe to say that many players will be happy with the list, which includes some pretty big releases. 

Yes, Stray is not the only game that is coming to all Extra and Premium subscribers this month. The Game Catalog lineup will be richer for five additional games including Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, Marvel’s Avengers , five Assassin’s Creed titles, and two Saints Row titles. 

Here is the full lineup of PS Plus Game Catalog for July 2022:

  • Assassin’s Creed Unity | PS4
  • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag | PS4
  • Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered | PS4
  • Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry | PS4
  • Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection | PS4
  • Saints Row IV: Re-Elected | PS4
  • Saints Row Gat out of Hell | PS4
  • Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition | PS5
  • Ice Age: Scrat’s Nutty Adventure | PS4
  • Jumanji The Video Game | PS4
  • Paw Patrol on a Roll! | PS4
  • ReadySet Heroes | PS4  

Sony Stray is coming day-one to PlayStation Plus Stray is coming day-one to PlayStation Plus

All games will be available on the service starting July 19, 2022. 

As for the classic games that will be available for Premium members, Sony decided to add No Heroes Allowed! and LocoRoco Midnight Carnival, both from their portable console PSP. 

The new PlayStation Plus is Sony's answer to Microsoft's  Xbox Game Pass subscription service which has been the best deal in gaming for a long time but now has proper competition. 

While it's true that Sony still won't be releasing their first-party titles on day one on PlayStation Plus as Xbox does with Game Pass, it does look like the publisher will push hard to offer high-quality, recently released games to their subscribers to compensate for that. 

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