The new PlayStation Plus collection for June is now live
The new collection of Sony titles that are available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers were revealed last week.
As usual, there are six games spread across the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, some of which feature crossbuy.
The PlayStation Plus June 2017 lineup consists of both Killing Floor 2 and Life is Strange on PS4, as well as Abyss Odyssey and WRC 5: World Rally Championship on PS3.
PS4 gamers can also add PS Vita title Neon Chrome via cross buy, while Spy Chameleon can be grabbed for the portable device.
June’s titles were scheduled to go live today and replace the game’s made available in May.
These have now been removed and will no longer be available to download on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
There is also another limited-time offer that allows fans to pick up a copy of Star Wars Battlefront on PS4.
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PLAYSTATION Plus subscribers will be able to download the likes of Life is Strange and Killing Floor 2 on PS4.
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For anyone who doesn’t have an existing account, buying a 12 month PlayStation Plus membership will also give you access to a Battlefront code.
This offer does come with a few snags though, according to the official Sony site.
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For one, Those who buy a pass "Must not have an active PlayStation Plus Membership at the time the Applicable Product is purchased."
A voucher will be sent to the player who buys the PlayStation Plus membership, which could take around 5 to 10 days to arrive.
The closing date for the offer has been set for 30 June at 23.59 (GMT) or "the date and time at which the number of Applicable Products sold reaches a limit, whichever comes earlier."
The listed available countries include: Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.
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Killing Floor 2: “Zombies, guns, friends… you know, sometimes if it’s not broken you’ve just got to leave it be. Then again, you could just dial everything up to eleven and go nuts, right?
“This is the Killing Floor 2 recipe. First off, take a typical zombie horde mode and swap out the shambling undead with a mob of half-mecha-half-meat monstrosities covered in razor blades and rocket launchers.
“Next, ratchet up the player count and layer the mayhem with some totally over-the-top weapons, classes and perks. Finally, baste all of that in a hundred gallons of blood and guts and garnish with a fistful of metal music.”
Life is Strange: “You can’t say we don’t enjoy a little variety here on the big ship PS Plus. About as far a cry as you could get from Killing Floor 2’s casual blood bath, indie darling Life is Strange eschews the big action for a slower, more meditative piece of interactive storytelling riddled with clever sci-fi plot twists and thoughtfully nuanced characters.
“At first glance, it’s a non-too-remarkable tour through the daily travails of your average secondary school student. However, Life is Strange slickly transforms the mundane into the extraordinary over the course of its five connected episodes, with life – quite literally – spiralling out of control as each character wrestles with their regret, loss and missed opportunity.”