We’re just a couple of days away from June, and with the coming of a new month comes a new selection of free games offered up as part of Sony’s PlayStation Plus service. Over the weekend, PlayStation Turkey accidentally leaked the games that are set to become available next month.

PlayStation Plus subscribers will apparently gain access to Killing Floor 2, the zombie-themed co-op FPS from Tripwire Interactive. Players have to work together to fight off wave after wave of Zeds, using a host of different weapons to slay the undead in various grisly, gory ways.

The second title set to be made available is the critically acclaimed Life is Strange. Originally released in an episodic format over the course of 2015, the game will be playable from start to finish by anyone with an active PlayStation Plus subscription — and it’s well worth checking out for anyone who’s looking for something a little different.

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Life is Strange centers around a photography student who discovers that she has the power to rewind time and change the course of events. This lends itself to an engaging narrative and some challenging puzzles, a winning combination that landed the game a BAFTA award in 2016.

Earlier this month, developer Dontnot Entertainment confirmed that a follow-up to Life is Strange is on its way. The original game is likely being offered via PlayStation Plus to drum up interest ahead of the sequel — although the continuation may be a way off, given that it’s been confirmed that nothing will be shown of the sequel at E3 this year.

PlayStation Plus subscribers should be very happy with this offering, as both games are quite different from one another, but both of a high quality. Still, there’s a possibility that these games might be Turkey’s offering for June, with different titles served up in other regions, so for now it’s still a rumor.

Until PlayStation Plus‘ games for June are officially revealed, Killing Floor 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and PC. Life is Strange is available now for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: NeoGAF

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