Summer is in full swing and July is almost upon us, which means that a new lineup of games will be made free for those who have a subscription to PlayStation Plus. PlayStation Plus costs $59.99 for an annual subscription, $29.99 for a three month subscription, or $9.99 for a month's subscription. The service allows players to game online, gives them exclusive deals on a large number of games, includes exclusive access to game betas and demos, and also gives subscribers a lineup of free games to download and play at the start of each month.

July's offering

It has just been announced by Sony that the free games you'll be able to download and play will consist of the PS4 version of David Cage's "Heavy Rain," as well as the online multiplayer role-paying game "Absolver." PS3 gamers will be getting "Rayman 3 HD" and "Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess." Those of you who own a PlayStation Vita will also have the opportunity to play "Space Overlords" and "Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma." All these games will be made available to download and play next week.

A special offer

If that's not enough, Sony is also offering a sweet deal on PlayStation Now. Those who join/extend their PlayStation Plus subscription between now and September 25 will get three months of PlayStation Now for just $29.99 -- that's a drop from the regular price of $49.99.

PlayStation Now allows you to choose from a large library of games to play that includes PS4 games as well as great games from the PS3 and PS2 eras. The games are streamed straight to your console so you will need to make sure you have strong enough internet speed if you want to give it a try.

Still available

June's games are currently still available to download, but you'd better hurry, they won't be for long!

June's lineup consisted of "XCOM 2" and "Trials Fusion" for the PS4. "Zombie Driver HD" and "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier" are on offer for PS3 gamers, and "Atomic Ninjas," and "Squares" are both available for the PlayStation Vita.

Earlier this month, during E3, Sony celebrated the occasion and surprised gamers by also adding "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" to the roster of games available to play for free.

It's the full game, complete with the campaign, online multiplayer, and of course, the well loved Zombies mode. If you've missed it then don't worry, it is still available to play now and will continue to be until July 11.

What games are you looking forward to playing?