June 2018 Free Games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold

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June 2018 Free Games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold

Of course, if you have PlayStation Plus and look forward to the free video games every month, June looks to be another month of decent titles.

Sony unveiled the free PlayStation Plus games for June 2018, headlined by XCOM 2 and Trials Fusion for the PlayStation 4. You will be able to access them for free, as long as your PlayStation Plus subscription is active.

From taking a look at some gameplay of Xcom 2, that game looks interesting. It's a platform-racing game that is so addictive, you might find yourself up into the wee hours of the night going through all the great challenges and obstacles just to clear levels.

This month features XCOM 2, which pits humanity against an alien invasion that's occupied Earth and colonized mankind. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is certainly better than Wildlands, but it is a very restrictive and scripted "stealth" game with overblown action and asinine set-pieces that throw realism straight out the window. The main campaign is fully co-op, so grab a buddy and have fun. Run them down with your vehicle, upgrade your auto with guns and even roast zombies with a massive stream of fire in this top-down racing/action game.

The Playstation Vita games in the June Playstation Plus games are Atomic Ninjas and Squares, though they're not as impressive as the console games.

All six games listed above will be free to download starting Tuesday, June 5th. The concept is simple: Turn all the blue squares grey. So, let's get into what you'll get in June 2018 with the PlayStation Plus.

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