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Every PS4 and PS5 game coming out in July 2022

Playstation 4 with The Last Guardian and Uncharted 4 boxes
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New and exciting PS4 releases seem to come out each month, giving dedicated gamers plenty of worlds to choose from. With the PS5 officially here, fans now keep track of multiple new releases and updates more than ever. Fortunately, we've gathered all of the best titles and listed other worthy games for you to consider adding to your collection. Here are all the PS4 and PS5 releases to look out for in July.

Stray (PS4 & PS5) - July 19

Perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the year is not a huge AAA title, but instead an independent adventure game where players take on the role of a stray cat who must navigate a world filled with robots, machines, and more. After several delays, Stray is finally set to launch later this month. 

Stray 

Take over as a stray cat and make your way through a futuristic world filled with robots, machines, and more. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town (PS4) - July 26

Story of Seasons stems from Xseed Games, who players may know for making the Harvest Moon series, which these games are now known as. The latest game is here, and gives players an entirely new town to explore, roles to take on, and jobs to do. 

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town 

Leave the big city life and head for Olive Town, where you'll take on new jobs, catch animals, meet friends, and more. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

F1 22 (PS4 & PS5) - July 1

The sport of Formula One racing has taken the world by storm, and the latest video game based on the sport is the first game to debut on EA's Origin platform. Much like other racing games, F1 22 will aim to deliver realistic racing and will include a variety of real-life locations to the world of Formula One, including the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Yas Marina Circuit, and Albert Park Circuit. 

F1 22 

Jump into one of the hottest sports with F1 22, and experience one of the more realistic simulations for the racing world yet. 

Buy from: PlayStation Store (opens in new tab)

Other PlayStation 4 games releasing in July 2022

  • Arcadegeddon - July 5 
  • Yurukill: The Calumniation Game - July 5 
  • Matchpoint - Tennis Championships - July 7 
  • AI: The Somnium Files — Nirvana Initiative - July 8 
  • Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series - July 8  
  • Madison - July 8 
  • Krut: The Mythic Wings - July 12 
  • Time on Frog Island - July 12 
  • Endling: Extinction is Forever - July 19 
  • Dreadout 2 - July 20 
  • Severed Steel - July 20 
  • Hell Pie - July 21 
  • Nobunaga's Ambition: Rebirth - July 21 
  • Post Void - July 21 
  • River City Saga: Three Kingdoms - July 21 
  • Wayward Strand - July 21 
  • Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium - July 22 
  • Anonymous;Code - July 28 
  • GrimGrimoire OnceMore - July 28 
  • Lost Epic - July 29 
  • Digimon Survive - July 29 

PlayStation 5 games releasing in July 2022

  • Arcadegeddon - July 5 
  • Yurukill: The Calumniation Game - July 5 
  • Matchpoint - Tennis Championships - July 7 
  • Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series - July 8  
  • Madison - July 8 
  • Krut: The Mythic Wings - July 12 
  • Time on Frog Island - July 12 
  • Dreadout 2 - July 20 
  • Severed Steel - July 20 
  • Hell Pie - July 21 
  • Post Void - July 21 
  • Wayward Strand - July 21 
  • Lost Epic - July 29 

It's important to note that some of the releases planned this month for next-gen consoles are just upgrades of current-gen games. Certain titles are getting upgrades to take advantage of the newer systems, so you don't have to worry about buying any new copies if you own these games already.

DLC releasing in July 2022

  • No DLC in July 2022

What are you playing?

Every year, the summertime often doesn't feature a huge list of big-name video game releases, and this year is no different. Despite a relatively slow start to the year leading into an even slower summer, though, there are still some big titles here for fans looking to check out.

First up, Stray arrives as perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the year, and drops players into the adorable paws of a stray cat in a cyberpunk-esque, futuristic world. 

If you're a fan of games like Harvest Moon, then Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town is just for you, as it's made by the same developers and features an entirely new town to explore. 

Finally, for racing fans, F1 22 is one of the biggest and best games launching in the year, and aims to deliver the most realistic video game racing the sport has ever seen. 

Looking forward to a different release? Shoot us a tweet over at @AndroidCentral (opens in new tab) and tell us all about it.

Anthony Nash has been writing about games and the gaming industry for nearly a decade. When he’s not writing about games, he’s usually playing them. You can find him on Twitter talking about games or sports at @_anthonynash.

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