Sony has announced its final batch of PlayStation Plus games for 2018 - and while it's short on triple-A showstoppers, there's a fine selection of titles to be found, including Frictional Games' existential horror SOMA and superb racer Onrush, both on PlayStation 4.
Beleaguered racer OnRush will gain a big update at the start of August, publisher Codemasters has promised in an apparent bid to reassure fans after word of this week's layoffs.
On Monday, Eurogamer broke word that a number of staff had been let go from the OnRush team - including the game's director, Paul "Rushy" Rustchynksky - after disappointing sales.
In a statement to Eurogamer at the time, Codemasters promised that OnRush's post-launch content would not be affected by the job cuts - something which today's news backs up.
The developer of Driveclub has been hit by layoffs after its latest game, OnRush, failed to set tills ringing.
The team behind MotorStorm and Driveclub has announced a 5th June release date for Onrush, its shiny new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One racing game.
Onrush pre-orders are now live for both platforms. Put your money down on PS4 and you'll get access to a beta in May. There's also a PS4 Deluxe Edition with extra vehicle designs and other gubbins.
Onrush is the first game to come from Sony's former Evolution Studios team since it was saved from being shut down by Codemasters. Eurogamer petrolhead Martin Robinson went to visit the team at the end of last year and see its plans to bring the arcade racing genre back to life.
The new racing game from MotorStorm developer Evolution Studios, and Codemasters, was revealed during Sony's Paris Games Week show. It's called Onrush and it's coming summer 2018.