XCOM 2 and Trials Fusion Head Up The June PlayStation Plus Games

 

PlayStation Plus subscribers will find a wodge of new games ready to download on 5th June and this month’s PlayStation 4 selection is pretty good. First up is XCOM 2 which we gave a worthy 8/10 on our review, and joining it will be the most recent title long-running Trials franchise, Trials Fusion.

The PlayStation 3 games are Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier (yay!) and Zombie Driver HD Complete Edition (oh dear) , whilst Vita owners will get Squares and Atomic Ninjas, and for what is I think the first time, none of the titles are cross-buy so you are only getting two games per console. There’s also nothing for PSVR owners.

In summary, you are getting:

  • XCOM 2 (PS4)
  • Trials Fusion (PS4)
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier (PS3)
  • Zombie Driver HD Complete Edition (PS3)
  • Squares (PS Vita)
  • Atomic Ninjas (PS Vita)

If you have not downloaded this month’s titles yet then you can grab them here.

Source: PS Blog

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7 Comments

  1. A decent month. Although is XCOM 2 annoyingly difficult? Trials Fusion can certainly drive you mad, and one of those Vita games looks like it might be similarly annoying.

    Also, they could have put extra stuff for some F2P game in there ;)

    • Glad you think so too! Platinumed the first but never figured out the second and gave up. Time to try again!

      • Oh sorry you asked the question if It’s difficult but I guess I answered that! I found it solid!

  2. Xcom 2 is one of my favourite ps4 games, bloody brilliant!

  3. Trials Fusion is brilliant, probably the most difficult platformer I’ve ever played. It’s good fun and highly addictive.
    But I already got it, so there’s not much in there for me, which means it’s a good month for my backlog.

  4. Not much of interest for me this month but I still haven’t downloaded last months games.

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