May 29, 2017 08:05 AM EDT
Sony is set to roll out its lineup of video games for the PlayStation Plus June 2017. Following a leak from the Turkish PlayStation Twitter account, game enthusiasts might already know which two games will headline Sony's PlayStation Plus June 2017 lineup.
The two PS4 titles surfaced through a leak ahead of Sony's official announcement. Sony reportedly plans to launch the games list on May 31. Nevertheless, PlayStation Turkey apparently leaked the titles ahead of schedule, Express reported.
The Turkish PlayStation Twitter account tweeted two titles for the June list, namely, "Life Is Strange" and the first-person shooter video game, "Killing Floor 2." Wherein, several gaming enthusiasts have managed to take a screenshot of the Turkish PlayStation Twitter post.
Although Sony has yet to officially announce these two PS4 titles for PlayStation Plus subscribers, it's likely that the Japanese tech giant is saving the announcement until the last Wednesday of the month. But, there's usually at least five or six titles every month, so gamers still need to wait for the complete list of the PlayStation Plus June 2017 lineup, Daily Star reported.
The news about "Life is Strange 2" in the PlayStation Plus June 2017 lineup surfaced just days after the episodic graphic adventure video game was announced by Dontnod Entertainment. The video game developer also announced that the "Life is Strange 2" game will appear at the E3 2017 event.
Meanwhile, the games on Sony's PlayStation Plus May 2017 are currently available for download. These include the "Laster Disco Defenders" and the typographic video game "Type: Rider" for PS3. Also for PS3 are "Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants" and the slash action role-playing game, "Blood Knights."
The "Tales from the Borderlands" sci-fi video game is available for PS4. On the other hand, The "Abzu" is only available in North America, while the "Alienation" is only available in Europe.
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