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You can now vote for the next PS Plus games on your PS4

Sony is rolling out a voting system on PS4 that lets you help decide the next PS Plus games.

If you own a PS4, you’ll soon be able to cast your vote on what games you’ll get in each month’s PlayStation Plus giveaway.

According to a post on NeoGAF from a UK PS4 owner, a video popped up on the PS4 detailing a new feature called “Vote to Play”.

The image that went along with the post states that you’ll have three games to choose from in the vote.

The one with the most votes at the end of a set period of time will be added to the rosta of free PS Plus games.

Apparently, the other two titles will be offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers at a discount.

You’ll soon be able to find the video describing the Vote to Play feature in the What’s New section of your PS4 dash.

Related: Best PSN Games 2015

A second image in the NeoGAF post suggested that the three games you can vote on this month are Armello, Grow Home and Zombie Vikings.

Grow Home hasn’t actually officially been anounced for PS4, but developer Ubisoft has previously talked about bringing the experimental title to consoles.

The August PlayStation Plus games have just been announced (and you read all abotu them here) so we assume these will be part of the September pickings.

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