Sony has announced the latest titles that are coming to European PlayStation Plus next month, which include Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Spec Ops: The Line.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012), Spec Ops: The Line, and Mafia II will all be available from 31st July on PS3 whilst LEGO: Lord of the Rings and When Vikings Attack! will be available on PS VITA on the same date.
Unfortunately new titles means some games will have to be removed from the service. Battlefield 3, Catherine, Malicious, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus and Unit 13 will all be removed from PS+ when the titles for August go live on July 31st, so if you want any you best download them soon.
The games for August are quite the selection, with almost all of them being very critically acclaimed games. However in my opinion it is not as strong as the current line-up, which has to be one of the best months ever, having Uncharted 3, XCOM, Battlefield 3, Catherine and many more available all for £40 a year is an absolute steal.
What do you think of the games available this month, especially compared to recent US offerings, is the EU PS+ package the best out of all the regions?
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