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PlayStation Users Are Absolutely Loving The Latest Free Game

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PlayStation Users Are Absolutely Loving The Latest Free Game

The PlayStation Plus free games lineup for July 2021 may have divided and disappointed PlayStation 4 subscribers, but it looks as if PlayStation 5 owners are having a killer time with their exclusive freebie.

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As I'm sure you remember, a great many PS Plus subscribers were less than thrilled with Call Of Duty: Black Ops IIII and WWE 2K Battlegrounds as the free offerings on PS4. But it's a different story entirely for PS5 users, who are finally discovering just how special Asobo Studio's A Plague Tale: Innocence is.

Take a look at the trailer for the recently announced sequel, A Plague Tale: Requiem, below:

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For those who haven't played it, A Plague Tale: Innocence is a gripping survival horror/stealth adventure in the vein of The Last Of Us. PS Plus subscribers with a PS5 can download the brand-new upgraded version of the game, which comes with all kinds of visual enhancements to make an already stunning-looking game even easier on the eye.

Over on the PlayStation Plus subreddit, there are tons of users thanking Sony for making the game a July freebie and giving them the chance to play a great and underrated game they might otherwise never have checked out. One post, entitled "Thanks for this Plagues Tale PS Plus" has over 1k upvotes and is essentially gushing with praise for the Asobo Studio's gem. We love to see it.

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There are a handful of other posts with similar sentiments behind them currently on the subreddits front page, with users calling the game "wonderful" on PS5 and saying Sony has done a "great job" making it July's free game.

It's wonderful to see all this praise for a truly special game that didn't get the love it deserved at the time. This certainly bodes well for the in-development sequel when it arrives on Xbox Series consoles, PlayStation 5, PC, and Switch (via the Cloud) next year.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: News, PlayStation Plus, PlayStation

Ewan Moore
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