PlayStation Plus offerings in August include Crysis 3 and Fez

PlayStation Plus August 2014

By on July 31, 2014 at 2:19 pm

The PlayStation blog has been updated in accordance with its monthly ritual of announcing the games being made available for free to PS+ subscribers for the coming month.

PS4 owners will get the excellent FEZ, and newcomer Road Not Taken, a “rogue-like puzzle adventure about surviving life’s surprises.” Check out its insane trailer:

PS3 owners will receive Crysis 3 and Proteus (cross-buy to Vita), and PS Vita owners will get Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7, and brand-new “atmospheric puzzle adventure,” Metrico. It too has a trailer:

Source: PlayStation Blog

4 comments (Leave your own)

This article is appreciated, cheers !

 

From what I understand, Fez is a cross buy title so it’ll most likely be free on PS3 and Vita as well.

 

PalZer0:
From what I understand, Fez is a cross buy title so it’ll most likely be free on PS3 and Vita as well.

Correct!

US PS Plus members get Dragon’s Crown instead of Lego Harry Potter, and from what on of the CM’s have said, it is both the PS3 and Vita version, despite the game not being cross-buy. Definitely trumps Europe’s only vita version when they had it in the line up (although the Ratchet and Clank collection isn’t cross-buy on US for some reason…)

All in all I think it is a pretty solid line up. Road Not Taken was one of those games that looked interesting, but I had no intention of rushing out and buying it.

 

Used to enjoy getting all the free games,
Now that I don’t have PS+ I can’t play any of them, I tend to refer to them as subscription games now.

 
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