A significant update is coming to PlayStation Plus on July 19, when many new games will be added to the PS Plus Extra and Premium levels. \n \nThis contains Stray, which was released on Day One, as well as a number of previous games. The PS Plus update on July 19 should especially delight fans of Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed series because five new AC games will be added to the monthly subscription. \n \nOn July 19, PlayStation Plus members will get access to five games from the renowned Assassin's Creed series from Ubisoft. \n \nThis includes the three-game collection Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection; thus, on July 19, there will actually be seven Assassin's Creed titles added to PS Plus Extra. \n \nEven better, the gameplay was changed; there were now more activities to keep you busy than merely murder missions, fetch tasks, and go here, do that rescues. \n \nNot at all. Black Flag took great satisfaction in demonstrating how much fun it is to go to the water and fight with Privateers and Bandits, ramming their ships into the salty deep and robbing their riches for yourself. \n \nWithout a ship, you wouldn't be a pirate. It demonstrated that taking down a fort and looting its riches on an island abounding with defenses is actually entertaining and makes you feel the most successful of all the salty sea dogs in the land. \n \nWith your crew, you might attack a sea fort while acting like a berserker off the coast, combining combat and shooting into a storm of steel and leading to become the infamously dreadful pirate. \n \nBlack Flag's decision to mostly ignore the fictional pirates and forge its own path with more accurate, truthful portrayals of the era is maybe its greatest strength. \n \nBlack Flag puts its heart on its salt-crusted sleeve and boldly delivers a terrible story about the inhabitants of a place and time that history has constantly and continuously treated with injustice. I won't give anything away here for those of you who haven't played it.