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Disappointed PlayStation 4 Users Hit Out At "Terrible" New Free Games

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Disappointed PlayStation 4 Users Hit Out At "Terrible" New Free Games

PlayStation users are once again lashing out at the latest PlayStation Plus lineup, because nothing ever changes. From July 6, PlayStation 4 owners with a subscription to the online service will be able to download Call Of Duty: Black Ops II and WWE 2K Battlegrounds. PlayStation 5 users, meanwhile, can grab the next-gen version of Asobo Studios' excellent A Plague Tale: Innocence.

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July's offering represents something of a mixed bag in the eyes of many subscribers, especially when the last few months have seen PlayStation Plus users treated to a heady mix of AAA bangers (Control, Final Fantasy VII Remake), and all-new releases (Oddworld: Soulstorm and Maquette).

It seems there are those who feel the most recent lineup just doesn't match up to some of the last few months, although I really can't stress enough how great A Plague Tale: Innocence is. Seriously, that alone makes July pretty killer - although it is worth noting that one is just for PS5 owners. It's PS4 users who really feel they've gotten the raw end of the deal this month, with two games that admittedly aren't to everyone's tastes.

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Over on Reddit, users are also less than pleased with the fact one of the freebie, Call Of Duty: Black Ops III is a "three-iterations old multiplayer-only" release.

"It had to be the one COD without a single player campaign," one user wrote, with others adding they'd "happily swap" the 2018 shooter for any Call Of Duty with a single-player element.

"Damn, was hoping the leaks wouldn't be accurate tbh," wrote another disappointed user. "Plague Tale is nice but I'm not very excited about the other two."

Let's hope next month brings better news for PlayStation 4 users.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: News, PlayStation Plus

Ewan Moore
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