Free Games for PS Plus & Xbox Live in June 2017
As summer is about to kick off, it’s time for another round of free games for Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus subscribers . As usual, the PS Store will update to add these games on the first Tuesday of the month (June 6) while the Xbox games become available on June 1 and 15.
The first Xbox One game is SpeedRunners, a competitive platformer for up to four players that’s great for couch multiplayer . You’ll also receive the original Watch_Dogs, an open-world game that occurs in a version of Chicago where you can hack cars, cameras, and more city infrastructure. As a bonus, Gold owners can download a free DLC pack for the re-release of Phantom Dust, which is free-to-play.
Xbox 360 owners will receive Assassin’s Creed III, an entry in the series that takes you to colonial America. They’ll also get Dragon Age: Origins, the first game in the epic medieval RPG series.
Remember that if you have an Xbox One, you can play the Xbox 360 games through backwards compatibility.
If you have a PS4, get ready for Killing Floor 2, a cop-op first-person shooter where you must work together to destroy zombies. The other PS4 title is Life is Strange, a graphic adventure in which you can rewind time and make decisions that change the future. Your character must use this ability to save her town from a storm.
On the PS3, you can play Abyss Odyssey, a platforming action game with a unique Art Nouveau art style. Also free on PS3 is WRC 5: World Rally Championship, a racing game based on the 2015 World Rally Championship.
Finally, PS Vita owners can pick up Neon Chrome, a top-down shooter with a cybernetic aesthetic. The Vita also receives Spy Chameleon, an arcade-puzzle game where you must stay hidden using your chameleon character’s color-changing ability. Both Vita games are available for PS4 players as well, thanks to Cross-Buy.
Which games from this month’s lineup are you looking forward to playing? Tell us what you’re playing this month down in the comments!
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