PS4 Owners Can Vote for Future Free PS Plus Games, Sony Confirms

The games that don't come out on top in the first vote will be discounted.

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Following the apparent leak of a new initiative that will allow fans to vote on games they want to see released for free through PlayStation Plus, Sony has officially announced the Vote to Play program.

While some of the details on how this will work are still to be announced, Sony did confirm the basics on the PlayStation Blog today. Plus members can cast a vote for one of several PlayStation 4 games to be included in the coming month's Instant Game Collection. The top game will be released for free, and--at least for the first month's vote--the games that don't win will be sold at a discount.

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Sony hasn't yet said how or when you'll be able to vote, nor did it announce which games will be included. As August's free Plus games have already been announced, September looks as if it'll be the first month where fans get to vote.

The leak listed Zombie Vikings, Armello, and Grow Home (which had yet to be officially confirmed for consoles) as the games to choose from. However, as the NeoGAF member who discovered this is located in the UK, the included games could end up being different in the United States.

July's free Plus games, which include Rocket League, are available for a few more days.

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