I'm Jeff Bakalar, here to deliver July's free games on Playstation Plus and Xbox Live Gold.
All right, let's start things off with Xbox One and 360 owner's can play for free this month with a Gold Subscription.
Now Xbox's list is headlined by Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag.
That is my favorite Assassin's Creed game in the entire series.
And it's available for free only on Xbox One all month.
So make sure you get on that one.
Xbox One owners will also be able to play So Many Me from July 16th to August 15th.
It's a cloning puzzle platform game that has very positive reviews on Steam.
It sounds like it might be worth checking out.
For XBOX360 owners, Plants Vs.
Zombies will be available from July 1st to the 15th, and then Gears of War 3 will be free from July 16th until the end of the month.
All right, that.
That does it for Microsoft.
Let's shift gears and see what Sony has for July.
For all of July, PS4 owners will be able to get the brand new multiplayer car combat meets football weirdo smash-up game, called Rocket League.
Now, the Internet seemed very excited when this was announced.
Earlier in the week.
So, this one, I will give a shot.
I don't know much about it, but it looks like a lot of fun.
Up next on PS4 is Styx: Master of Shadows.
That's the second game in the Of Orcs and Men universe.
Styx is mostly a stealth game, where you have to stay in the shadows to survive.
Kinda like me in the summertime.
PS4, PS3, and Vita owners will all get Mousecraft for the month of July, which is a sort of strategy game where Tetris meets The Lemmings, is a good way to describe it.
Also hitting all Sony platforms this month is Entwined, which is a rhythmic runner game where you control two souls at the same time with either thumbstick On the PS3 players will have access to Rain a uniquely stylized adventure game.
That features a boy who can only be seen when standing in the pouring rain that's so sad.
And finally exclusively for Vita owners.
Geometry Wars 3 Dimensions Evolved will hit the platform Tripped out multi-directional shooting glory.
All right, that does it for July.
As always, a small caveat.
You do of course need to be a member of Playstation Plus and Xbox Live Gold to access these free games.
And those memberships, they cost a little bit of money, but as you can see here, it's totally worth it.
I'll be back in August for a new list of free games.
We'll see you then.
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