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Rumor: PS Plus games for June 2022 leaked early

Rumor: PS Plus games for June 2022 leaked early

Update (31/5/22): Yesterday saw a relatively unknown source come out with the leak of PS Plus games next month. Today, the trio heading into service has only now been confirmed Delabs The French retailer that routinely unveils toys early.

So, God of War, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl are all confirmed at this point. Once again, the retail site has leaked the PS Plus lineup a few times before, so with its support for the previous source, it’s basically a lock.

Original story: Another month, another PS Plus Leak – or so it seems. This latest leak doesn’t come from the usual source – it’s actually a Spanish site Region Who has the scoop, and they’ve been right with at least one PS Plus leak in the past (funny that it was gaming June 2021).

So, without further ado, here are the three games we should have in June 2022:

A little weird month if that’s true, isn’t it? Obviously, the God of War is the heavy hitter here, but at this point, from did not Played through the birth of the highly-rated Kratos? It is also set to be a part of PS Plus Extra class and it is already included with PS Plus Collection on the PS5, which clearly reduces its perceived value. But timing may be what matters. Expected sequel God of War Ragnarok It’s still scheduled for release this year, so Sony may be Trying to get more people on the hype train. Can Confirmed release date coming? nations.

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Elsewhere, Naruto to Boruto is very much a multiplayer title where two teams of ninjas compete through anime-packed stages. It’s a solid enough game in our experience, but we’re not sure regular subscribers will appreciate its inclusion.

The same can be said about Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. He’s a decent Smash Bros.-esque fan by all accounts, but he struggled to maintain any sort of momentum after its release in October of last year. It’s the kind of quiet multiplayer-focused title we see a lot on PS Plus these days.

What are your first thoughts on this choice? Please do not shoot the messenger in the comments section below.