PlayStation Plus Games Will Release Together For EU and US Gamers, Rumors Suggest Batman as Free-Game for July, And More

Similar to the North American gamers, PlayStation Plus users in Europe will start receiving their monthly free games on Tuesday. The Sony fans of Europe have always had a wait an extra day in order to get their hands on the free PlayStation Plus games of the month.

According to Sony’s Fred Dutton, starting from this month, things will be done equally. Starting from this month, the PlayStation Plus games will go live on both US and EU on the first Tuesday of every month.

He further declared that since the first Tuesday in July is 7th July, the games are not launching this week. This month, gamers received the amazing Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. Meanwhile, you haven’t grabbed hold of June’s free games; you better hurry before they’re taken away.

Meanwhile, subscription service for PlayStation Plus is not 5 years old. If you have stuck with it right from the beginning, from 29th June 2010, Sony will send you an anniversary present as a thank you.

According to the people on Reddit and NeoGAF, who qualified, the gift has been declared as a personalized print. A Sony email to these members read, “Your print will be unique to you and show everything you’ve achieved as a PlayStation Plus member,”

European PlayStation Blog manager, Fred Dutton further declared that in order to qualify, you need to be an uninterrupted member of PlayStation Plus since launch, 29th June 2010. Earlier, Microsoft and Xbox Live benefited from the paid membership aspect and PS Plus was Sony’s foray into this field.

If you wish to play PS4 titles online, you’ll need a PS Plus membership. The subscription to PlayStation Plus costs £39.99 for a year, £5.49 a month, or £11.99 for three months. However, the money you pay is totally worth it, as 2015 PlayStation Plus is a healthy and attractive service.

It has high profile games being introduced free every month. Compared to this PlayStation Plus, Games with Gold, which is a similar initiative from Microsoft, offers Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag. However, this service has lagged behind, when compared with PlayStation Plus.

A new month is about to begin this week and new free titles will be announced soon for all PlayStation Plus members. Last month was quite amazing for PlayStation Plus subscribers, with the free introduction of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.