Sony recently surprised PS4 owners by announcing the next wave of PlayStation Plus free games a little earlier than usual.
To coincide with the tenth anniversary of PS Plus, Sony confirmed plans to make three games available to download for free, instead of the usual two.
The next wave of PS Plus free games will be available to download on July 7, which means you still have time to download Call of Duty WW2 and Star Wars Battlefront 2.
Sony will also release a brand new tenth anniversary PS4 theme for free later this week.
If you want to get your hands on the June and July free PS4 games, then you should should take advantage of this mega PS Plus deal today.
ShopTo is currently selling a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership for just £39.85. That’s a saving of 20%.
As a digital membership, the PS Plus subscription will be delivered immediately, which means you can use it to bag both sets of PS Plus games.
If you’re thinking of checking out PS Plus but don’t want to commit to the full year, then you might want to try CD Keys instead.
At the time of writing, CD Keys is selling 3 month PlayStation Plus subscriptions for just £16.99.
After purchasing the subscription, CDKeys will send you a confirmation email with a download link.
After verifying your phone number, you will be sent a pin, which can then be used to access your code.
Once you have the code, just visit the PlayStation Store, select the redeem codes option and then enter your number.
It’s worth pointing out that this deal is currently only available to fans in the UK, although similar deals are available for customers in other regions.
It’s worth signing up sooner rather than later, especially given the quality of the June and July free PS4 games.
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