After months of frustration, PS Plus users finally were given two fantastic #Free Games in the month of June, as "Life is Strange" and "Killing Floor 2" were both #Free To Play for Plus users. Now, the PlayStation community is looking forward to next month's free games lineup, which could end up being just as good, if not better, than this past month's lineup.

It's important to note that none of these games are actually confirmed to be a part of next month's free games lineup, however, there's a good chance that they will be.

'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag'

Well, as we recently found out, there's a new Assassin's Creed game coming out called "Origins," which is scheduled to come out in October of this year.

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So, what better way to build hype for your upcoming game than to make one of your previous games free to play?

"Assassin's Creed IV" was released a little over three years ago, and it was one of the best-selling games of 2013. But, by now, there's probably no one who is willing to buy it, and those who are fans of the series have likely already purchased it. So, it would definitely give someone who isn't a fan of the series a chance to try it out, and, who knows, maybe it'll convince them to buy "AC: Origins."

'Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham'

Both "Lego Batman" and "Lego Batman 2" have previously been free for PS Plus users, so it's probably only a matter of time before "Beyond Gotham" is a part of PlayStation's monthly free games lineup. The question is, will it be made a part of the July lineup? According to PlayStation Universe, the answer to that question is yes.

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'God of War 3 Remastered'

As we found out at last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the new God of War game is scheduled to come out in early 2018. So, much like with "Assassin's Creed: Origins," there probably isn't a better way to build hype for your upcoming game than to make another game in the series free to play.

As of right now, you can download "#God Of War 3 Remastered" on the PlayStation Network for $19.99, which is a steal. Also, the original game was released seven years ago, and the remaster was released a little over two years ago. So, if Santa Monica Studios -- the developer of the God of War series -- wants the game to have one last push before next year's big release, they should make it free to play at some point. Also, if they want to continue the trend of having awesome free games, then this is the month to make "God of War 3 Remastered" part of the free games lineup.