PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Games Coming to PS4/PS5 in July 2024

Sony has announced the latest line-up of PS Plus Extra and Premium titles which will be made available to subscribers on Tuesday, 16th July 2024.

13 games are coming to PS Plus in July, with 9 games coming to the Extra tier of PlayStation Plus and 4 games coming to the Premium tier.

This month’s games include Remnant 2, No More Heroes 3, and Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord.

What do you think about this month’s games? Which titles will you be playing? Let us know in the comments below.

Remnant 2 (PS5)

This sequel to Remnant: From the Ashes pits you against deadly new creatures and a series of terrifying god-like bosses across a procedurally generated game world. 

The game has been dubbed “Dark Souls with guns” by some, due to its challenging difficulty level and shooter mechanics. Thankfully, you can play the game in co-op mode, which will surely be good news if you’re having a hard time getting through each level alone. 

Metascore: 80

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion (PS4, PS5)

Relive the beloved prequel to Final Fantasy VII with this fully remastered version containing better graphics, voiced dialogue, and a newly arranged soundtrack from the original game’s composer. 

In this entertaining game, you take on the role of a SOLDIER operative named Zack Fair who is called into action when he discovers the truth behind his employer’s secret experiments. 

Metascore: 78

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous – Enhanced Edition (PS4)

From the creators of the critically acclaimed Pathfinder: Kingmaker comes this sequel, an isometric RPG in which you are once again called upon to save a world from destruction. 

With 25 classes and 12 races to choose from, you have a lot of choices when it comes to creating a hero that best suits your play style. 

Metascore: 83

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (PS4, PS5)

Grab your sword, don your armour, and lead your followers to victory in this epic strategy action RPG that is played out on the battlefield of the fictional continent of Calradia. The massive real-time battles are the highlight of this great title. 

Metascore: 77

No More Heroes 3 (PS4, PS5)

We don’t need another hero! Not when we have Travis Touchdown who, in your capable hands, must stop the evil Prince FU and his nine alien underlings and make it to the top of the superhero leaderboards in this bonkers hack-and-slash adventure. 

Metascore: 75

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition (PS4, PS5)

This earlier adventure for Travis Touchdown sees our hero enjoying retirement before he’s visited by the Badman who comes to his door looking to avenge the death of his daughter. More hack-and-slash action ensues, in solo or co-op play, when these foes are sucked into the legendary Death Drive Mk II games console.

Metascore: 63

The Jackbox Party Pack 9  (PS4, PS5)

This writer has clearly been sleeping under a rock as he has never heard of this series of games. But if you’re a fan, you’ll be glad to know that this 9th instalment is arriving on PS Plus, with 5 bonkers competition games you can play with your friends and loved ones. 

Metascore: 81

Deadcraft (PS4)

A zombie action-survival game in which you scavenge for materials to build important items, locate sources of food, and build an undead army so you can take on the rest of the brain-eaters roaming the city.

Metascore: 77

Steep (PS4)

There’s a huge mountain for you to explore in this exhilarating title that gives you four unique ways to make your way to the bottom of the slope: ski, wingsuit, snowboard, or paraglide.

Metascore: 71

Job Simulator (PS VR2)

PlayStation Premium

What better game for you to play when you’ve finished work than Job Simulator! This fun VR title lets you relive the day you may have had, only without the whinging co-workers getting in the way of your work schedule. You can even throw a stapler at your boss – in the game, not in your real job!

Metascore: 71

Summoner (PS2)

PlayStation Premium

This launch title for the PS2 may look a little dated now but at the time of its release, this action RPG was considered visually impressive. It was lauded for its detailed graphics, intuitive combat, and fun-to-explore game world. Story-wise, it’s typical fantasy fare but its quite immersive nevertheless. 

Metascore: 74

Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters (PSP)

PlayStation Premium

Quite why we’re getting the PSP version and not the better-looking PS2 incarnation of this fun platformer, we don’t know! But regardless, if you’re a fan of the franchise, you’ll likely enjoy this one, as it contains the usual mix of platforming, combat, and RPG elements that the game series is known for. 

Metascore: 85

Jeanne d’Arc (PSP)

PlayStation Premium

As far as I know, there aren’t many games based on the famous historical figure, Joan of Arc. This might be the only one! I don’t know how historically accurate it is, but in terms of gameplay, it’s a grid-based strategy RPG that resembles such classic titles as Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem.

Metascore: 87

Which titles will you be playing this month? Let us know in the comments below.