PlayStation Plus games for June 2022 have been leaked, making June a very exciting month for PlayStation Plus owners.
Playstation has been giving away free games with PlayStation Plus for several years, and this month is no exception. While no official announcements have yet been made, a reliable Spanish source Areajugones has already revealed the lineup for next month. This is the same site that leaked the PlayStation Plus games for April, which proved to be accurate.
This is Areajugones’ official tweet about the Ps Plus Lineup for June.
🚨 FILTRACIÓN PS PLUS JUNIO 2022 🚨
1⃣ God of War
2⃣ Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker
3⃣ Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
¿Buen mes? Os leo mientras hago la comida 🍜 pic.twitter.com/mFGwbh0cxa
— Areajugones (@Areajugones) May 30, 2022
According to Areajugones, the following games will be featured in June’s Ps Plus lineup.
God of War
Kratos now resides in the realm of Midgard with his son Atreus, many years after destroying the Olympian gods. Kratos is confronted by a stranger with godly powers and strength after cremating the body of his second wife, Faye.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker
This new game allows players to compete against other teams online as a four-person squad! In an online battle to decide who the best ninjas are, lead your team to victory!
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is a platform fighter in which players fight on several stages and aim to knock their opponents out of the arena. Each level has a unique layout, with some including additional hazards that might damage the characters.
Many fans were disappointed by PlayStation Plus, and some were considering cancelling their subscription because they weren’t getting the quality they paid for but based on April, May and now June’s Ps Plus lineup, it appears that PlayStation Plus is finally on the right track, and we can only imagine that the fans will be as excited as we are for June’s PS Plus lineup.
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