PS4's Free PS Plus Games For June Revealed

Here's what Plus members on PS4, PS3, and Vita get for free in June.


With the first Tuesday of June approaching, Sony has confirmed the lineup of free games that PlayStation Plus owners will be able to download during the month. June 2018 brings another set of six games spread across PS4, PS3, and Vita.

This is an unusual month where each platform gets only the standard two games apiece, as there isn't Cross-Buy support for any of them. On PS4, the lineup is still quite good--the biggest title of the month is the stellar tactics game XCOM 2. That's complemented by the fun platformer/racing game hybrid Trials Fusion, which has a theme song that will never leave your brain.

On PS3, the first game is Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which blends the series' realistic shooting action with futuristic tech. The older console also gets the Complete Edition of Zombie Driver HD, an isometric action game where you'll drive around a car slaughtering zombies.

Finally, Sony's handheld gets Atomic Ninjas, a multiplayer-centric action game, and Squares, a puzzle game where you'll race the clock to change the color of, well, squares.

All of these games will be available beginning on Tuesday, June 5. It's not too late to still claim May's free PS Plus games; those include Beyond: Two Souls and Rayman Legends on PS4, which received a total of three games thanks to Cross-Buy. Those games will be replaced on Tuesday by June's lineup.

PS Plus Free Games Lineup For June 2018


  • Trials Fusion
  • XCOM 2


  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
  • Zombie Driver HD: Complete Edition


  • Atomic Ninjas
  • Squares
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