Microsoft has announced its lineup of games for the Games with Gold program for Xbox Live subscribers, and once again, in what seems to be a trend in the last few months, they seem to have the better selection of games than PlayStation’s PS+ Instant Game Collection does this month.
Xbox One owners get Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (probably to get everyone caught up before the release of Rise of the Tomb Raider later this year). Xbox 360 owners, meanwhile get Battlestations: Pacific. Under Microsoft’s backwards compatibility initiative, you can expect both games to be playable on the Xbox One once backwards compatibility launches in full for everyone in November.
This makes it the third or fourth consecutive month that I have found Microsoft’s selection of games to be better than Sony’s offering with PS+. It appears that there is a very legitimate possibility here that Sony may be getting complacent.
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