A Plague Tale: Innocence will launch for PlayStation 5 next month via PlayStation Plus.
Asobo's brilliant stealth horror game follows the story of two children on the run in medieval France, while creepy supernatural rat shenanigans ensue.
This new version of the game, available for PS5 via Plus on 6th July, adds 4K visuals, 60FPS and faster loading. (It will also release for Xbox Series X as a free update on that date, as well as a new cloud-based version for Nintendo Switch).
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the one with the beardy chap with the tattooed head on the cover, is also part of the PlayStation Plus line-up in July. Multiplayer, zombies and the battle royale mode Blackout (remember that?) are included.
Finally, there's the weird chibi wrestling game WWE 2K Battlegrounds, where fighters use special abilities and powerups. All three games are available from 6th July to 2nd August.
Current PlayStation Plus games Star Wars Squadrons and Operation: Tango will remain available until 5th July, while Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown will get a second month on the service and stay part of Plus.
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