PS4 News: PS Plus June 2017 games and Rainbow Six Siege Operation Health
If this latest report proves true, PS Plus June 2017 is shaping up to be another good games collection.
The PS4 games lineup appears to have been leaked ahead of Sony's official announcement, which looks set to drop later this week.
Included in the new report is the full lineup of PlayStation Plus PS4 games that will be released next month.
The official announcement is expected to fall on May 31 ahead of a June 6 release.
However, the PlayStation Turkey account appears to have leaked the lineup early.
If the tweet is accurate, PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive Killing floor 2 and Life is Strange for the month of June.
The news comes just days after Life is Strange 2 was announced by Dontnod Entertainment.
The studio announced that the original game has sold 3 million units and that the sequel will appear at E3.
And fans should have plenty of time to grab any of the current PS Plus titles on offer from May, which won’t be replaced until Tuesday, June 6.
PS Plus members can download Tales from the Borderlands and Alienation on PS4, as well as Blood Knights and Port Royale 3 on PS3.
PlayStation Vita users wil receive Laser Disco Defenders and Type: Rider, which are both Cross Buy with PS4.
The full lineup includes:
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- Tales from the Borderlands, PS4
- Alienation, PS4 (Europe)
- Abzu (North America)
- Blood Knights, PS3
- Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, PS3
- Laser Disco Defenders, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
- Type:Rider, PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4)
PlayStation Plus June 2017 PS4, PS3, Vita free games screenshots Sun, May 21, 2017
PLAYSTATION Plus subscribers will be able to download the likes of Life is Strange and Killing Floor 2 on PS4.
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PlayStation Plus June 2017 PS4, PS3, Vita free games screenshots
The Rainbow Six Siege servers were taking offline on PS4, Xbox One and PC earlier this week, to make way for a new patch.
The latest Rainbow Six Siege update didn’t actually contain a lot of changes for the game, with the official patch notes only listing a few tweaks.
This included a Rank reset and an In-game background art change for Operation Health.
However, the studio have also provided an overview of their new Rainbow Six Siege Operation Health patch.
Patch 2.2.1 and 2.2.2 will look to fix these priority bugs:
One Step Matchmaking: We are focusing on the testing and implementation of One Step Matchmaking. We are currently testing this on the TTS.
Map Fixes: Our level design team will be taking a pass on all maps to correct various bugs/glitches.
Game Crashes: Our technical team will be reviewing the layers of code that are leading to game crashes. This will provide you with a more stable playing experience.
Hit Boxes: Currently being tested on the Technical Test Server, the hit box refactor is continuing to under-go further testing prior to being deployed to the live build of the game.
Spawn Killing: We have seen the community’s frustrations regarding spawn killing, and our level design teams will be taking steps to mitigate the locations where this is still possible. To be clear, spawn killing is when a Defender is able to kill you within seconds of spawning. Running towards the objective and dying for not using cover is not considered spawn killing.
Join in Progress: We do not intend for players to be placed into Ranked matches that are already in progress. We are also going to be working on the various bugs encountered by people when they join a match in progress in Casual.
Defuser issues (audio, planting, destroying): Interaction with the Defuser is not always fluid and intuitive, and sometimes does not work as intended. We will be doing a pass on the Defuser as a whole to address these issues. The various Defuser issues will be worked on throughout the entirety of Operation Health.
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PS4 Exclusive Games in 2017 and Beyond Fri, April 21, 2017
PS4 fans are in for a treat in 2017, with exclusive games that include The Last of Us 2, Gran Turismo Sport, Horizon Zero Dawn and more.
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Farpoint is now available to play using PlayStation VR and Sony have released a new enemy pack to help you survive.
Below, you can find the list of some of the game’s enemies, and the best way of tackling them:
Jumpers: The earliest enemies you meet in the game. The jumpers are devious and will pop up out of nowhere. The 3D audio lets you hear them crawling around, even when you can’t see them. Listen for their trademark sounds to locate them and clear them out with an assault rifle. Don’t let the rifle overheat though or you’ll be in trouble as they attack.
Goobers: One of the most deadly schemes about the Goobers isn’t the projectiles that they hurl at you, but the surprise that happens after they die – I wouldn’t get too close.
Brutes: It’s best to stay back from these massive beasts when you run into them. Brutes are heavily armored and will hunker down when threatened. Find the cracks in their armor (or create some) by shooting from far away with the Assault Rifle. Be ready with some serious firepower when you see their little wings start to flutter- that means they are getting ready to charge.
Drones: When you encounter the drones, the best strategy for survival is to kill rocket drones first before taking out the rest. Once you’ve done that, you can sneak around unseen.
Did I say too much with that last one? There are more inhabitants of this planet than you’ve seen in the demos. We’re excited for you to see them all!