July 2022 PS5 and PS4 releases: Every game release date this month

Now that the excitement over the relaunch of PS Plus has died down, gamers can consider new games to get their next fix. The good news is that there are a lot of PS5 and PS4 games on the way throughout July 2022, with new games arriving as early as July 5. Here’s a list of all those games coming to PlayStation consoles throughout July 2022.

All July 2022 PS5 and PS4 game release dates

There are just over 40 games coming to PS5 and/or PS4 over the next 3-4 weeks, although there are likely to be more surprises from smaller indie developers as well. The first of these is slated for release on July 5, though the most notable is Stray on July 19. Here are all the PS5 and PS4 games currently slated for release throughout July 2022:

  • Arcadegeddon (July 5)
  • Yurukill: The Slander Game (July 5)
  • The Cursed Island (July 6)
  • Overrogue (July 6)
  • Quintus and the Absent Truth (July 6)
  • Matchpoint – Tennis Championships (July 7)
  • QUByte Classics – Zero Tolerance (July 7)
  • Adventures of Chris (July 8)
  • Canadian holiday (July 8)
  • Crypt of the Serpent King Remastered 4K Edition (July 8)
  • Eternal Hope (July 8)
  • Formula Bit Racing DX (July 8)
  • Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series (July 8)
  • Madison (July 8)
  • Death Road (July 8)
  • Hellpoint PS5 release (July 12)
  • Krut: the mythical wings (July 12)
  • Excalibur’s Quest: Puy du Fou (July 12)
  • Weather on Frog Island (July 12)
  • Escape Academy (July 14)
  • Mothmen 1966 (July 14)
  • Superola Champion Edition (July 14)
  • DC League of Super Pets: Adventures of Krypto and Ace (July 15)
  • Shred! Remastered (July 15)
  • End: Extinction is Eternal (July 19)
  • Stray (July 19)
  • Dreadout 2 (July 20)
  • Hazel Sky (July 20)
  • Seduction: The Destiny of a Monk (July 20)
  • Cut Steel (July 20)
  • Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp (July 21)
  • Hell Pie (July 21)
  • Post Void (July 21)
  • River City Saga: Three Kingdoms (July 21)
  • Wayward Beach (July 21)
  • Aery–Vikings (July 22)
  • Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium (July 22)
  • Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town (July 26)
  • Train Valley (July 27)
  • Digimon Survive (July 29)
  • RimWorld Console Edition (July 29)

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