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PlayStation Plus Free Games For May 2021 Confirmed

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For May 2021 Confirmed

Spring has sprung, and Sony has officially unveiled the free PlayStation Plus games for May 2021. You'll no doubt be pleased to know that next month's offerings represent another pretty decent spread of two PlayStation 4 games and one PlayStation 5 game, with a little something for everyone.

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Battlefield V and Stranded Deep, will be available for subscribers on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Meanwhile, those of you lucky enough to have found a next-gen console will get a third bonus game in the form of Wreckfest


Battlefield V and Stranded Deep won't come as a huge surprise to anyone, given that both games leaked only a few hours ago. Still, DICE and EA's latest entry in the Battlefield franchise is a perfectly solid shooter, and it'll be good to dive back in ahead of the expected Battlefield 6 reveal next month. Stranded Deep, meanwhile, is a decent little survival adventure that puts players in the shoes of a plane crash survivor tasked with not dying in the middle of nowhere.

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Wreckfest, at least, is a surprise. Available to PlayStation 5 owners with a PS Plus subscription, Bugbear's racer is a slick and polished experience that should look better than ever before on the next-gen console.

"Burn rubber, break rules and shred metal in this full-contact racer from the creator of the FlatOut," Sony writes on the PlayStation Blog. "Race and upgrade patched-together cars, improving their looks and toughening up their body armour to survive the epic crashes and neck-to-neck fights over the finish line in competitive races. Enjoy some hilarity in Challenge modes as you get behind the wheel of crop harvesters, three-wheelers and much more, then challenge your friends online in multiplayer up to 24 players."

All three games will be available for PlayStation Plus subscribers to download on May 4, which means you have until May 3 to get your hands on April's free games.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: News, PlayStation Plus

Ewan Moore
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