Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time looks to be heading up the games heading to the PlayStation Plus Essential tier next month.
Dealslab user billbil-kun is no stranger to (accurately) leaking the list of PS Plus games in previous months. As Video Games Chronicle reports, he’s been at it again over the weekend, and has named the Toys for Bob platformer as the headlining game. Of course, it won’t be the only title on the offering for July.
Bandai Namco & Supermassive horror title The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is up next, he claims. Finally, Arcadegeddon is a co-op shooter from the creators of Predator Hunting Grounds and the upcoming Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, meanwhile, is the latest outing for the orange marsupial. A brand new outing following on from the events of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, it arrived in 2020 to a lukewarm reception. You can check out what Josh made of the game over here.
PlayStation hasn’t confirmed these offerings yet at the time of writing, so there’s a chance things could change at last minute. However, June’s games are leaving on July 4 so we expect a proper confirmation later this week. It’ll also be the first batch of PlayStation Plus Essential games since PlayStation Plus launched in its new three-tier form last week.