PlayStation have announced their PS Plus game line up for May, with three games set to become available for free from the 4th of May. Including two games that released for PS4, and a singular game exclusive to PS5. Three games that look to make up another good PS Plus month for PlayStation users. So, let’s take a look.
Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last (PS5):
The first of the three games is Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last for PS5. A racing game that allows you to engage in brutal races with fast paced action to get over the finish line. Perfected with accurate physics and awesome cars that make the game feel that more exciting. You can enjoy multiple different challenge and multiplayer modes so that you can enjoy entertaining modes at the highest next-generation quality. Usually available for £25 within the UK, but is available for free for the month of May.
Battlefield V (PS4):
The biggest game available for May is Battlefield V. A massive entry into the highly rated Battlefield series. Set during the brutal events of World War 2, you can experience brutal war stories, massive all-out multiplayer and far more. You can experience dangerous warfare with a huge variety of weapons, vehicles (including tanks and planes), pieces of gear, explosives and so much more. You can experience the horrific events of WW2 for free from May 4th. Battlefield 5 is normally worth £45 in the UK, but you can get it for free in May.
Stranded Deep (PS4):
And the final game available tests your survival instincts and abilities to a massive extent. Stranded Deep is an open-world survival world, where after a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean, you must fight against countless threats and do what you can to survive. You are alone in a massive region, where you can explore both underwater and small land masses, to find what you need to avoid death. This game is normally worth £16 in the UK, but available for free with PS Plus for May.
All of these games make up a good line up for PlayStation Plus for May. These PlayStation Plus free games are normally worth a combined cost of £86, but temporarily available for nothing.
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