Along with the usual helping of six titles, the PlayStation Plus games for July will also deliver a special bonus for anyone looking forward to Paragon.
First up, Saint’s Row: Gat Out of Hell leads the free games this month. The standalone expansion to Saint’s Row 4, Gat Out of Hell is an epilogue of sorts. “Enter the open-world sandbox setting of New Hades and wreak havoc. If you’re even remotely familiar with the Saints Row franchise, you know that over-the-top antics are waiting for you,” Sony teases on the PlayStation Blog.
Also coming to PS4, there is Furi, a new title from The Game Bakers. While the developer has released games on mobile and Wii U, this is their first title on the PS4. “Built on the premise of making a game that is both simple and deep… Furi pits you against guardians, each with his own style, in what feels more like carefully crafted duels than boss fights.”
As for the other four games, PS3 owners can grab both the adorable Fat-Princess, and Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood. Then Vita owners will get access to Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines and Prince of Persia: Revelation.
Here’s the full list:
- Furi, PS4
- Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, PS4
- Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, PS3
- Fat Princess, PS3
- Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines, PS Vita
- Prince of Persia: Revelation, PS Vita
But it turns out that’s not all. Though Sony hasn’t given an exact date, PlayStation Plus members will receive early access to the Paragon Open Beta that is not scheduled to start until August 16. Paragon is the third-person, over-the-shoulder MOBA from Epic Games, the creators of Gears of War.
Along with early access, players will also receive a free starter pack that includes three Master Challenges for the heroes Gadget, Murdock, and Rampage. The Master Challenges allow you to unlock skins, XP boosts, emotes, deck slots, and more through playing the game. Overall, it is a $40 value.
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