The upcoming games will join the service next Tuesday (July 6) and will be available to anyone who subscribes to the PlayStation Plus service.
The announcement blog notes that when A Plague Tale: Innocence launches on PS5, it will come with “4K native resolution, targeted 60 FPS, highly improved visuals and fast loading.”
The stealth-focused medieval horror game was originally launched in 2019 and received positive reviews, including winning the 2019 Steam Award for Outstanding Story-Rich Game.
Also added is the 2018 shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which was recently the subject of a court case when wrestler Booker T alleged that his likeness was used for a character in the game.
Coincidentally, Booker T features as DLC in the third PlayStation Plus game for July, WWE 2K Battlegrounds. The blog describes this one as “over-the-top, arcade action” where players can “battle in interactive environments around the world.”
In our own review, we described WWE 2K Battlegrounds as a game for “good, dumb fun” but felt that “there’s a lot of loose ends that are papered over the cracks.”
The announcement post also notes that Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown will remain available for a second month on PlayStation Plus.
In other news, players have discovered that Sea of Thieves: A Pirate’s Life includes another secret crossover, an elaborate area tied to another beloved game series.