Sony plans to standardize PlayStation Plus' free game updates, giving players a month to access every game offered on the service.
PS Plus titles formerly went up throughout the month, where they would remain accessible for varying amounts of time.
Starting in July, Sony will add two titles each to the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita Instant Game Collections on the first Tuesday of each month in North America or Wednesday in Europe, with last month's titles expiring that same day, the firm announced Thursday.
Sony noted that several Instant Game Collection titles which have been on the service for a while will be phased out in coming weeks. Users who have activated the titles on offer will still receive unlimited access so long as they remain a PS Plus subscriber.
June's new titles for US subscribers are Trine 2 and Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate for PS4, NBA 2K14 and Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (with PS Vita Cross-Buy) for PS3, and Terraria and Mutant Mudds Deluxe for PS Vita.
European subscribers will receive Trine 2 and PIxeljunk Shooter Ultimate for PS4, NBA 2K14 and Lone Survivor for PS3, and Dragon's Crown and Surge Deluxe for PS Vita.
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai revealed in a corporate strategy meeting this month that half of all PS4 owners subscriber to PlayStation Plus.