PS Plus Free Games For June Include Metal Gear And More

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The end of May is almost here and that means we are about to get a whole new batch of PS Plus games to download. Sony has been good with giving multiple cross-buy games in the bunch that specifically provide us with even more PS4 games than the usual two and that is the case again this month as the full roster of games has been revealed.

As revealed by the Official PlayStation Blog, we are as usual getting six free games this month as part of the PS Plus Instant Game Collection.

  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS4)
    • A visually stunning chapter in a long-running, deeply complex series. This nail-biting mission onto a Cuban military base follows Snake as he attempts to rescue Paz from enemy imprisonment.
  • Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition (PS4)
    • This turn-based strategy game turned a lot of undead heads with its story of a Samurai Afterlife. Build an army of the undead, battle your opponents, and regain your honor.
  • Super Exploding Zoo (PS Vita | PS4)
    • Players must defend all the precious animal eggs in the zoo from evil aliens who want to eat said eggs. How do you defend these tasty treats? With a herd of explosive animals, obviously.
  • Futuridium EP Deluxe (PS Vita | PS4)
    • A psychedelic, retro-inspired shooter with crazy action, puzzle elements, and a bumping electronic soundtrack. May or may not induce random dance parties.
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (PS3)
    • This first-person shooter celebrates the wild west in a big, bloody way. Take down anyone unlucky enough to cross bounty hunter Silas Greaves
  • Cloudberry Kingdom (PS3)
    • The dev team behind this insane 2D platformer spent 2 years building an AI that could build a near-infinite number of levels for any difficulty. It looks totally bananacakes. Good luck with that!

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for PS4 is not a major surprise, as it was revealed for overseas just yesterday. This is a fantastic addition for those that have not played or didn’t want to pay full price for what some called a “demo.” With The Phantom Pain only a few months away, this is a great opportunity to check out the prologue for what is bound to be a giant game.

The rest of the games also provide a good variety including a shooter, platformer, and even a RTS. All six of these games will be available to download for free starting this coming Tuesday, May 2.

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