PlayStation Plus July 2017: these are the free games you can get this month

One of the biggest perks of being a PlayStation Plus subscriber is that each month you’re given a range of free games across the PS4, PS4 Pro, PS3, and PS Vita platforms.

This is a great way to try games you might not otherwise have played, whether because they're indie titles that slip under your radar or simply because you don’t have the funds to buy several games a month.

Even if you don’t plan to play them straight away, or you’re not sure if they’re your kind of game, we’d say it’s always worth claiming them while you can get them for free. 

You'll then have access to them for as long as you have an active PS Plus account. 

Since this is a monthly event, we’ve decided to create a one-stop shop where you’ll be able to find the newest free games, as well as scroll back and see which games were featured in previous months. That way you’ll know whether it’s worth holding out for a game to appear in an upcoming PlayStation Plus haul or if it's already been offered. 

So without further ado, here are the free PlayStation Plus games in North America, Europe and Australia for July 2017, which will be available to download within the next few days.

July 2017

Until Dawn – PS4 – (usually £29.99/ $19.99/ AU $47.95)

Until Dawn is an exclusive PlayStation horror title in which eight friends are staying together in a remote mountain retreat. Though that alone is enough to justify the game's place in the horror genre for some, the actual scary part is that they're trapped there and they're not alone.  Through the game you get to play as each of the eight characters and make decisions that could mean the difference between life and death. 

Game of Thrones – PS4 – (usually £19.99/ $19.99/ AU $33.60)

Game of Thrones is one of the popular narrative and player choice-driven episodic series from Telltale. This month you can get all six episodes of the first series which follows House Forrester as they try to get through the War of the Five Kings in one piece. 

Tokyo Jungle – PS3 – (usually £9.99/ $14.99/ AU $19.45)

Tokyo Jungle is an animal survival game where you play in a post-apocalyptic world without humans. There are more than 50 playable animals that you can choose from in either story mode or survival mode. It's then up to you to find your next meal and survive the game's incredibly confusing and unrealistic food chain. 

Darkstalkers Resurrection – PS3 – (usually £11.99/ $14.99/ AU $17.95)

Darkstalkers Resurrection brings two classic Japanese fighting games together as one release: Night Warriors: Darkstalkers and Revenge and Darkstalkers 3. This update keeps the classic gameplay and unique characters from the games but adds a few new features including HD visuals and 8-player online modes.  

Element4l – PS Vita – (usually £6.49/ $9.99/ AU $11.95)

Element4l is a reflex-challenging platform game in which you control four elements who are bound together on a journey to shape life. Your only hindrances are nature and the sun.

Don’t Die, Mr. Robot – PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4) – (usually £2.89/ $3.99/ AU $5.25)

This is a cute, colorful and frantic arcade style game that's all about dodging danger and eating fruit.

This month's PS Plus lineup also sees the launch of PlayStation's new smartphone-controlled social gaming series PlayLink. From July 4 to October 24, PS Plus subscribers will be able to get the first game in the lineup called That's You! for free. 

That’s You is a social quiz game that you can play with up to five others and find out what you really think about each other. You can read more about PlayLink here

Make sure to check back next month for the free PlayStation Plus games of August 2017! 

To make it easy to keep track of what titles are coming up, we’ve rounded up the last few months of PlayStation Plus titles as well as current prices on the PlayStation Store. 

June 2017

Life is Strange – PS4 – (usually £13.99 / $19.99/ AU $25.95

First released in 2015, this five-part episodic adventure game that follows the story of time turning teenager Max was a runaway hit. If you enjoy your games with great stories with an element of choice in the vein of Telltale then this is one you should check out. Developer Dontnod has confirmed that a sequel is in the works so if you've yet to play Life is Strange now is the greatest opportunity you'll have to do so. 

Killing Floor 2 – PS4 – (usually £29.99/ $39.99/ AU $54.95)

Killing Floor 2 is a first-person shooter than can be played alone or cooperatively online with a team of up to 12. Its story follows directly on from the events of the first game, in which a disease outbreak from a biotechnology lab results in a zombie infection spreading across Europe. 

This time the infection has spread beyond Europe and players must fight waves upon waves of zombie enemies with a well-balanced team of different classes.

Abyss Odyssey – PS3 – (usually £11.99/ $14.99/ AU$22.95

Looking for a side-scrolling action adventure platformer? You might be interested in Abyss Odyssey. This game has a gorgeous Art Nouveau style and allows you to work alone or with a friend to fight through procedurally generated levels with a crew of three heroes.

WRC 5: World Rally Championship – PS3 – (usually £29.99/ $39.99/ AU $49.95)

The premise of WRC 5 is simple – it's a rally racing simulator. Hone your driving skills, perfect them in career mode alone or compete against up to 7 other drivers online. 

Neon Chrome – PS Vita/ PS4 – (usually £11.99 / $14.99/ AU $22.95)

Neon Chrome is a cyberpunk-style top down shooter than allows players to fight through a variety of procedural levels. Cooperative play means that you can also play with 2 to 4 other people to make things more chaotic and fun. 

Spy Chameleon – PS Vita/ PS4 – (usually £3.99/ $4.99/ AU $7.55)

Spy Chameleon is an arcade path finding puzzle game. What do chameleon's have to do with puzzles, you ask? Well, in this game the player must use the chameleon's color changing abilities to avoid being seen by enemies across 5 missions and 75 levels. 

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