A tweet that's now been pulled from the account seemed to suggest that Killing Floor 2 and Life is odd are both set to headline PS Plus in June 2017.
This news came out just after the official announcement of Life is unusual 2 by the Dontnod Entertainment.
The game is set just one month after the events of original Killing Floor and puts you right in the middle of an Apocalyptic-ish experience. These two games are also available on PS4 via the Cross-buy.
Life Is Strange has you following "the story of Max Caulfield, a photography senior who discovers she can rewind time while saving her best friend Chloe Price". "The people of Europe know survival and self-preservation too well and lucky survivors have gone into hiding", read the game's official description.
United Nations vows sanctions on N. Korea
The one-minute long video replays several cuts and angles of the missile's rockets igniting, propelling the Hwasong-12 skyward. Russian President Vladimir Putin said the missile test was "dangerous" but added that Pyongyang was being intimidated.
"The pair soon find themselves investigating the mysterious disappearance of fellow student Rachel Amber, uncovering a dark side to life in Arcadia Bay".
Sony has yet to include a PSVR game in their PlayStation Plus lineup since PlayStation VR first launched in October. That being said, while the PS3 is no longer in production, gamers can still play on it as we're sure that many have built up pretty vast libraries of PS3 games.
This could mean that Sony plan to reduce or even remove PS3 games from their monthly roster, although it should be noted that neither have been mentioned by the tech giant as part of their plans. Plus, this is only two games as there's usually at least five or six in every bunch, so we're still without a complete list.