Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Until Dawn Headlines July's PlayStation Plus Free Games Lineup

Until Dawn Headlines July's PlayStation Plus Free Games Lineup

As any of you familiar with the award-winning Game of Thrones TV series will know, I'm pulling your leg. PS4 owners also get Playlink's That's You, and Don't Die Mr. Robot, the latter of which is shared with the PS Vita as well. PlayStation Plus members on PlayStation 4 will receive access to the game's forthcoming Closed Beta starting July 18, in addition to a $20 pack of microtransaction goodies.

"Mr. Robot loves fruit!"

The script was written by cult horror director Larry Fessenden.

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Sony has announced July's lineup of free PlayStation Plus games. "Change the story around you based on your actions and decisions". Additionally, you'll get an exclusive Orcs Must Die Unchained Plus Pack as part of your membership. With your TV, PS4 and a tablet or smartphone in hand, answer over 1,000 amusing questions, take part in daring doodle challenges, snap selfies for photo challenges and more. You can get up to 50% off dozens of games on the PSN Store for regular users or up to 75% off for PS Plus members. Which will you be playing first? In this original story from the talented team at Telltale Games, you'll take control of the Forrester family - a noble and long-standing house from the north of Westeros with deep loyalties to the Starks.

The news comes via a post over on the PlayStation Blog, revealing that Supermassive Games' interactive horror experience will be up for grabs for free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in July. A one-year subscription starts at $60 but can be found cheaper through various sales by retailers both physical and digital only.

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