The new games for PS Plus subscribers have been revealed and all of them will become available starting June 7.

The new games announced by @PlayStation via Twitter are: “God of War,” “Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker” and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.

The three game titles will be available from June 7 until July 5. Of the three game titles, “God of War” should get plenty of attention, particularly because of the impending release of its sequel, “God of War: Ragnarok.”

Also, “Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi,” a game that would be fitting for those who love to play together online in multiplayer setups on the beloved anime should be an interesting choice as well. It’s the first Naruto game to allow character creation and takes place during the Chunin Exams when Naruto is Hokage.

If the first two games offered by PS Plus may be too brutal, folks can also consider “Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.” It is another multiplayer game although nearer the “Super Smash Bros Ultimate” genre.

Here, gamers can use familiar cartoon characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants or even someone from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more.

Both “Noruto to Boruto: Shinobi” was given an OpenCritic rating of 64 while “Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl” holds a rating of 65.

While waiting, PS Plus members can still enjoy the available game titles from May. Among the game titles released for free include “Fifa 22,” “Tribes of Midgard,” and “Curse of the Dead Gods.”

Of the offerings for June 2022, PS Plus is likely to gain steam with “Gods of War.” Not only is it the right timing, but it is also a strong lead-in ahead of the PS Plus Extra and Premium tiers.

On June 7, the three free games for PS Plus will release, and on June 13, the PS Plus Extra and Premium tiers will launch in North America.

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