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PlayStation Plus Games for July Revealed: Until Dawn, Game of Thrones, Tokyo Jungle, and More

Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the full line-up of games that will be available on-the-house for PlayStation Plus subscribers for the month of July.

Below, you can view the full line-up:

  • Until Dawn, PS4
  • Game of Thrones, PS4
  • Tokyo Jungle, PS3
  • Darkstalkers Resurrection, PS3
  • Element4l, PS Vita
  • Don’t Die, Mr. Robot, PS Vita (Cross Buy on PS4)

Until Dawn is perhaps the most notable inclusion: a PS4 exclusive from developer Supermassive Games that hit in August of 2015 and was a surprise hit for the year (personally it is one of my favorite PS4 exclusive games). The game is a survival horror adventure game where every decision you make alters the narrative, effects who lives and dies, and propels you towards one of many different endings. In the game eight friends are trapped overnight on a remote mountain treat: the kicker is they aren’t alone (surprise).

The other PS4 game on offer is Telltale’s Game of Thrones. You will get all six episodes which follow the family of House Forrester as they attempt to survive (or don’t) the War of the Five Kings.

Additionally, PS Plus subscribers from July 4th through October 24th can get That’s You in celebration of PlayLink’s launch. That’s You is a party-game played with up to five friends or family, where you can find out what you really think about each other.

But wait there’s more. You will also get access to the closed beta of free-to-play Orcs Must Die Unchained which is launching in closed beta on PS4 on July 18th. Additionally, you’ll get an exclusive Orcs Must Die Unchained Plus Pack as part of your membership. The $20 pack is only available until August 15th, so you’ll have to get while you can.

Let us know what you think of July’s line-up in the comments below. Don’t have a keyboard? No problem: just watch this trailer highlighting July’s line-up then:

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