Don’t Miss July 2020’s PlayStation Plus Games

PlayStation Plus

There is still time to grab this month’s Playstation Plus titles. This month was a little different because PlayStation celebrates 10 years since PlayStation Plus was first introduced back on June 29, 2010. Now we can’t imagine our consoles without its online capabilities and the free great titles us gamers receive. Here’s a reminder of what Playstation owners can get for free before the month is up:

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration

First game we have free for PlayStation Plus members is Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration. Lara Croft is back in its second installment in the reboot where she unveils an ancient mystery and finds herself crossing paths with a merciless organization known as Trinity.

Lara finds herself uncovering a very powerful and longed for artifact before Trinity is able to get to it. This discovery enables her to find the trail that leads to a myth about the Lost City of Kitezh. Will she be able to get to the Lost City before Trinity does? Find out as you follow her to Siberia in an exhilarating exhibition!.

NBA 2K20

Second game up on the list is NBA 2K20. Play against or become your favorite players in this immersive open-world basketball simulation. This is a title that brings gamers and big basketball fans together. Since the launch of NBA 2K, the game has evolved much more over the years.

This installments features best in class graphics and gameplay with an upgraded motion engine with signature styles, a new dribble size-up system, advanced shooting controls, polished off-ball collisions, and a new read and react defensive game. Do you have what it takes? Put your b-ball skills to the test!


Last, but not least to finish up this month’s free PlayStation Plus games is Erica. Erica is a full-motion video-based interactive game created and developed by Flavourworks. Experience feature-length cinematic that gives you that Hollywood production value.

Follow Erica, who is a fearless young woman that experiences tormenting nightmares of your father’s murder. Haunted by these traumatic events since you were a little girl, terrifying new clues appear about the shocking truth behind this damaging tragedy. All your choices you make influence how your story unravels, with more than one ending that awaits you at the finale during this emotional narrative.

Now that wraps up July 2020’s free PlayStation Plus games. Remember, these three games will be available until now through August 3. Which titles will you be downloading this month? Sound off in the comments below, and we’ll catch you in August!

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