It may already have been revealed in advance one of the new free games coming in the next few weeks on PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium strong>, the highest tiers of the service that allow access to a large catalog of titles in continuous expansion.
The new PlayStation Plus (you can subscribe by purchasing a virtual recharge on Amazon), after the usual update at the beginning of the month, has now accustomed its fans to a second update for Extra and Premium subscribers, which seems to welcome soon a big from Ubisoft.
We already know that the entire Yakuza saga about the service is coming soon, but Sony’s announcements seem not to be over there, at least according to what was declared by a well-known leaker. strong>
The insider Billbill-Kun of Dealabs (via Push Square ), known for having correctly anticipated the games coming out on the Sony home service, has in fact revealed that the next free game coming to the service would be Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands : an announcement that would therefore follow what has already happened in recent days on Xbox Game Pass.
The open world tactical shooter would in fact be part of the Ubisoft + catalog, included on the new PlayStation Plus, and should be made official as a new game free subscription service in the next few days.
The announcement of the new free titles should in fact be expected for Wednesday 10 August , day in which we will discover if this prediction of the well-known leaker will prove to be true or not.
Although these are indiscretions from an insider who, so far, does not seem to have missed a single shot, since there hasn’t been any official announcement yet, we invite you to take it all with the necessary precautions.
Of course we will promptly keep you updated on our pages with all the latest news on the Sony catalog, which could also reserve some further surprises to be discovered.
In the meantime, don’t forget to redeem the free games for August for PlayStation Plus Essential: the line-up of the month in fact features three titles of a certain depth.