July's PlayStation Plus games have been confirmed, Sony unveils its new InZone monitors and headphones, as well as Skull & Bones release date news.
July’s rumored PlayStation Plus games have been confirmed, and the PS5 is getting some exciting new accessories. Plus, an update for Skull and Bones on today’s GameSpot News.
After initially leaking, as PlayStation Plus games are known to do, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan, and Arcadeggedon are confirmed to be your included titles for July on the service.
Subscribers of any tier will now be able to enjoy the entire Bandicoot Saga, the original three games already a part of the PS Plus Collection via the N. Sane Trilogy. Man of Medan is a horror game from developer Supermassive, which recently put out another spooky title The Quarry, and Arcadeggedon is an arena shooter with both PVE and PVP elements. All three titles will be available to download at no additional cost for subscribers on July 5.
That’s not the only thing up Sony’s sleeve! The company also announced that it is releasing a number of gaming accessories as a part of a new gaming brand, InZone. The initial lineup consists of two monitors and three gaming headphones, with both sets of products designed for use with PCs and PlayStation consoles.
The pair of monitors are being dubbed the M9 and M3. The M9 sports a 27” 4K display with a 144Hz refresh rate. Supporting video input via HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort, and USB-C, the device can connect to a beefy gaming rig, a MacBook Air, or any device in between. And thanks to features like auto HDR tone mapping, this monitor is built to make tinkering with settings on a PlayStation 5 less cumbersome. Later in the year, the more affordable M3 will drop, sporting a lower resolution 1080p display, but increasing the refresh rate to 240Hz. Considering the PS5 only supports up to a 120Hz output, the higher refresh rate really only concerns users looking to connect the monitor to a PC.
The InZone headphone line consists of a wired option, the H3, and two wireless options, the H7 and H9. The differences in the wireless options have mostly to do with active noise cancelation, the H7 lacking support for the feature, but with an increased battery life due to that fact. For more details on both the monitor and headphone lineups, like specific specs and how to get your hands on them, head to GameSpot.com.