PlayStation Plus Free Games For July 2019 Revealed
Last month, Sony celebrated the arrival of warmer weather with two pretty impressive free games as part of its PlayStation Plus subscription service: Sonic Mania and Borderlands – The Handsome Collection. Now that June is almost gone, Sony has revealed that it is leaning more towards the sporty side of things with its July offerings, announcing that both Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 and Horizon Chase Turbo will be available for free next month for those that subscribe to PlayStation Plus.
Here’s the breakdown for both games courtesy of the PlayStation Blog:
PlayStation Plus – July 2019
- Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 – From Konami’s long-running sports franchise, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 features a huge selection of real-world licensed leagues alongside hundreds of familiar players, bringing the thrill of global competition directly to your living room. Create magic moments on and off the pitch, with each player possessing their own traits that will affect how they react in the moment, while myClub and Master League modes allow you to pursue your own club career. Enjoy local play for up to 4 players, or go online* and test your skills against the world.
- Horizon Chase Turbo – Prepare for a blast of pure ‘90s nostalgia with Horizon Chase Turbo, a love-letter to the iconic, just-one-more-go racers of the arcade’s golden age. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Out Run, Top Gear and Rush, developer Aquiris Game Studio captures the essence of the 16-bit era with style, with modern visuals, a soundtrack with insane arpeggios, and classic split-screen couch multiplayer.
Both games will be available to download for free from July 2nd through August 5th.
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