PlayStation Plus Game Catalog Additions for July 2024 Revealed


Sony has revealed the full list of games added to the PlayStation Plus catalog in July 2024, including Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion, Jackbox Party Pack 9, and more.

Announced on PlayStation BlogA total of 13 games join the library, all of which are available as part of the PlayStation Plus Extra tier. They will be available from July 16, 2024.

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It’s one of the most diverse series in recent months, as fantasy RPGs like Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion are joined by beloved shooter Remnant 2, party game extravaganza Jackbox Party Pack 9, and more.

PlayStation Plus game catalog additions for July 2024

Remnant 2 is a fan-favorite shooter designed to be played solo or in a three-player group. It received a 9/10 rating in IGN’s review. “While Remnant: From The Ashes was a strong first draft, Remnant 2 is a revolutionary sequel and a great manifesto for a Souls-like looter shooter,” we said.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion is a PS4 and PS5 remake of the RPG originally released on PlayStation Portable. “Even if its portable roots are sometimes distracting, Crisis Core –Final Fantasy 7– Reunion is the best way to play one of the most beloved games on PSP, almost completely modernizing its graphics, combat, and music,” IGN said in our 8/10 review.

Switching genres once again, Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord is the sequel to the acclaimed medieval combat simulator. “While it lacks technical polish, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is a very satisfying early access strategy battleground,” IGN said in our 8/10 review.

Jackbox Party Pack 9 brings more controller-free party gaming fun to PS4 and PS5 as your group can join any game using their phone. The games are wild and crazy in the form of Cards Against Humanity in digital format.

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous brings the beloved board game to PlayStation, where players journey into a demon-infested land and rise to power by choosing one of six available Mythic Paths. It also received an 8/10 from IGN.

Travis Touchdown returns to Santa Destroy after a decade-long absence in No More Heroes 3. It’s “a fun but incredibly uneven sequel, with fun bosses broken up mostly by poor performance and empty boredom,” IGN said in our 6/10 review.

From the same series comes Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition. This one “has the quirky charm of Suda51, but the repetitive hack-and-slash gameplay doesn’t feel as great as previous installments in the series,” we said in another 6/10 review.

Deadcraft is a simulation and action RPG where players must craft to survive. Fighting the apocalypse sometimes means using whatever scraps you find to craft weapons. Other times, it means recruiting a steadfast undead to support you build and run an entire factory of grotesque machines.

Steep is a radical extreme sports game from Ubisoft that lets players explore the Alps and Alaska. “Steep is a refreshing extreme sports journey across a massive map, slowed only by tedious paragliding and a lack of progression,” IGN said in our 7/10 review.

Job Simulator is a comical PlayStation VR2 game that casts players as futuristic humans in a world where robots take on every job. “Job Simulator is a VR horror house that’s all about wacky experiments, interactivity, and laughs,” IGN said in our 7/10 review.

Summoner is a classic RPG for PlayStation 2 in which players take on the role of Joseph: the key to an antique prophecy that holds the power of a summoner. Joseph must search the corners of the world for five rings that will unlock his true power.

The beloved action platformer Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters is also coming to PlayStation Plus this month. The game received a 9/10 rating from IGN, and the PSP game lets players go on intergalactic adventures and explore recent worlds.

Finally, Jeanne d’Arc is a strategic RPG from Level 5 in which Jeanne d’Arc takes players to a fictional version of 15th century Europe, embarking on a mystical journey inspired by the heroism of Joan of Arc.

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter for IGN. He’ll be talking Witcher all day long.

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