Last week, Sony announced the free games that PlayStation Plus subscribers would be receiving for this month. Indeed, this announcement indicated that the PS Plus July 2019 free games would be Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 and Horizon Chase Turbo. Now, on the day that the free PS Plus games for July are set to be made available, Sony has made a change to the titles that will be freely offered through the subscription service.
Namely, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 has been removed from the PlayStation Plus July 2019 free games lineup, and it has been replaced with Detroit: Become Human Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes both Detroit: Become Human and Heavy Rain. Horizon Chase Turbo remains as the other game that PS Plus members can plan to add to their collections this month, and these titles will all be available from July 2 to August 5.
In Detroit: Become Human, players glimpse a vision of a future where androids have come to play a critical role in the revitalization of Detroit. Set in 2038, Detroit: Become Human puts players in control of three playable androids, and the game focuses heavily around offering fans an array of dialogue choices. Detroit: Become Human was developed by Quantic Dream, and it was released in 2018.
Heavy Rain is another game from Quantic Dream, and it was first released in 2010 for the PlayStation 3. As with Detroit: Become Human, Heavy Rain centers around multiple protagonists, with players getting the opportunity to navigate through the game as four playable characters. These characters are all involved in a mystery surrounding a serial murderer, which is revealed throughout the course of the game.
Finally, Horizon Chase Turbo is an arcade racer and a "blast of pure '90s nostalgia." With options for both solo and multiplayer play, Horizon Chase Turbo may just be what the doctor ordered for anyone that has had a hankering for a game like Out Run or Top Gear.
After a strong showing with the PS Plus June 2019 free games, some fans were certainly disappointed with the titles initially announced for July. It seems that the voices of these fans have been heard, and this last minute change suggests that Sony is interested in rectifying the situation for PlayStation Plus members.
Source: PlayStation Blog