PS Plus June 2022 games unveiled in leaks – amazing lineup includes God of War

This month's PS Plus games have been revealed early – and they're definitely not to be missed.

According to French gaming site Dealabs, which has correctly leaked PS Plus games for over a year, subscribers of Sony's monthly game service have some great games to look forward to.

At the top of the bill is one of Playstation's top-AAA titles, God of War. Originally released on PS4, this 2018 action game was recently remastered with next-gen graphics for PS5.

Upon release, the Daily Star's review of the game called it "a must-own" for all PS4 gamers and one of the console's best exclusives.

Subscribers will also get their hands on two high-octane fighting games. Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is like Super Smash Bros but features all sorts of iconic cartoon characters such as Garfield, SpongeBob Squarepants, Bat-Man and even Reptar from Rugrats.

This will be accompanied by Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strike which sees 8 players go head-to-head as popular characters from the Japanese anime.

This month's titles will be fully confirmed by Playstation later today, and could still change.

As well as releasing three free games this month, Sony is also due to launch its massive shakeup of PS Plus which will see it become more like Xbox Game Pass.

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PS Plus will now be available in three tiers:

  • Essential – This includes all of the standard benefits PS Plus subscribers currently get, including monthly free games, cloud storage, and online multiplayer
  • Extra – This gives gamers the same as the above but with the addition of an extensive PS4 and PS5 game catalogue
  • Premium: Gamers on this tier will get all the other benefits plus access to PS1, PS2, PSP and PS3 games, as well as game trials on 'blockbuster' titles and cloud streaming

There will be more than 700 titles available across the three tiers.

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