It's that time of year again, as Sony announces the next batch of PlayStation Plus games for the Instant Game Collection. This month each PlayStation console gets two games and we got a range from sports, to walking simulator, to horror, and a mini-game collection.
The PlayStation 4 will be getting two games. First up is NBA 2K16. This basketball game is the most recent entry in the NBA 2K series and features many new modes, a notable one being a story mode directed by Spike Lee. The other game that will be available on the PlayStation 4 is indie hit Gone Home Console Edition. This walking simulator game sees you arriving home to see your family missing, and you use the chance to begin digging around the house and seeing where they went.
The PlayStation 3 will also be getting two games. Their first game is Siren: Blood Curse. This episodic horror game is a reboot of the Siren series of PlayStation 2 horror games and sees an American film crew trapped in a small Japanese village with possessed people and no way out. The PlayStation Plus version will include all 12 episodes. The other PlayStation 3 game is Echochrome, a smaller puzzle game where you need to change your perspective to create and remove pathways.
Last but not least the PlayStation Vita also gets two games. God of War: Chains of Olympus leads the charge, the prequel to the God of War series and the first PlayStation Portable God of War game. Here Kratos must figure out why the Sun Chariot has stopped and why the world has been plunged into darkness. The second Vita game is Little Deviants, a PlayStation Vita launch title that had 30 mini-games to play that used the Vita's features in unique ways.
All June PlayStation Plus games will become available the first Tuesday of June, which is the 7th. This will also be your last chance to pick up the current line-up of PlayStation Plus games, which includes Tropico 5 and Table Top Racing: World Tour for the PlayStation 4, Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 and LocoRoco Cocoreccho! for the PlayStation 3, and God of War: Ghost of Sparta and Switch Galaxy Ultra for the PlayStation Vita.
What do you think about this lineup? Excited for the games? Not interested? Got strong opinions about the inclusion of Gone Home? Still want Knack for some reason? Let us know in the comments!