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PlayStation Plus to offer six free games a month from June

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Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus will offer six free games a month from June via its Instant Game Collection.

Starting next month, the paid membership service will offer two games for each of its PS4, PS3 and PS Vita consoles.

“Next month, PlayStation Plus will reach its 4th Anniversary. It’s evolved a great deal since its inception, providing our PS Plus members with exclusive discounts, beta access and even select games early, as well as, of course, great games to play through our Instant Game Collection,” explained Chris Howe, Sony’s PS Store and Plus Content Manager on the PlayStation EU Blog.

“Since we are always looking to continue the evolution of PS Plus as a service that really serves our community, we are excited to provide a more balanced set of games each month within the Instant Game Collection.”

On June 4, the PS4 PlayStation Plus games are Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate and Trine 2: The Complete Story. The latter even offers co-operative multiplayer for up to three players.

For the PS3, you’ll get NBA 2K14 and Lone Survivor.

It’s important to remember that Lone Survivor and Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate are Cross Buy title, meaning you also simultaneously get them for the PS Vita too.

June’s PS Plus titles for the Vita are Surge Deluxe and Dragon’s Crown.

Sony also revealed that from July, the amount of time each title is available to download for free has been extended.

“Since we’ve seen how excited many of you are to download Instant Game collection titles as soon as they’re available, we’ve decided to adjust the length of time each title will be available.”

“Starting in July, every title in the Instant Game Collection will be available the first Wednesday of each month, and will be free for that month, until the first Wednesday of the following month.”

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