July's Free PlayStation Plus Games Includes Heavy Rain and Absolver

Plus Rayman for PS3.

Sony's PlayStation Plus games for July 2018 have been revealed.

Starting in July PlayStation 4 owners can get a free copy of Heavy Rain, David Cage's serial killer mystery that originally came out on the PlayStation 3. Like other Quantic Dream outings, player control several characters through a narrative-driven world where detectives and investigators all hunt for the Origami Killer. Quantic Dream's latest game was Detroit: Become Human. You can find our review of Detroit here.

Absolver

The other PS4 game for PS Plus this month is Absolver, an online melee fighting game focused on delivering a complex martial arts-action experience. Players can partake in PvP and PvE and utilize all kinds of physical moves in their arsenal like strikes, parries, and feints. Here's our Absolver review.

The remaining games for this month includes Rayman 3 HD and Deception IV: the Nightmare Princess for PS3, and Space Overlords and Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma for PS Vita.

Just a reminder, starting next year PS Plus will no longer offer free games for the PS Vita. For more on this month's free games, check out the official PlayStation website. Also check out our Detroit: Become Human guide for guides, tips, and walkthroughs.

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