PS Plus Game News: The “free” PS5 and PS4 games for May 2021 Posted on 04/28/2021 at 6:03 PM Forget Oddworld: Soulstorm, Days Gone or Zombie Army 4: Dead War, since Sony just started the May program announced from PlayStation Plus, its subscription service! From May 4th, three new games are due to make their debut on the PlayStation Plus. Members who subscribe to the Sony service can download a handful of new titles “for free” on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, starting with the PlayStation 5 version of Wreckfest or even Battlefield V and Stranded Deep.
Wreckfest (PS5 only)
As you can see, the release date of the PlayStation 5 version of Wreckfest has therefore been brought forward. In fact, the title of the Fathers of the FlatOut saga will be available on PlayStation Plus on May 4th. Even if the goal remains the same, that is, smash cars by the dozen while trying to win as many races as possible, this new version of the game gives you the chance to enjoy the stacks in 4K and 60fps. That’s not all, the title also features improved lighting effects, shadows and particles, more realistic skid marks and dynamic dirt. Finally, the racing game will also benefit from haptic feedback from the DualSense controller or even shorter loads. Wreckfest: an impressive physics engine for PC, PS4 and Xbox One You might also like:
The second title that will be offered to PlayStation Plus members next week is none other than Battlefield V. In fact, Electronic Arts is offering gamers so that we can wait until the start of the sixth episode, which will come out at the end of the year, The Battles of the Relive WWII with the fifth episode. As a reminder, in addition to a long campaign focused on iconic conflicts, the FPS also features many multiplayer game modes, including a Battle Royale mode. Battlefield V introduces its new Elite Soldier! You will also like:
At the end of the program for the month of May, Stranded Deep will also be hosted on the PlayStation Plus. The survival game from BEAM Team Games challenges you to survive alone on a desert island for as long as possible. To do this, like any good self-respecting survival game, you will need to cut wood to create a new cabin and go hunting. Except this time, you don’t attack poor little boars frolicking on dry land, but basking sharks who don’t hesitate to eat you raw. Stranded deep, even on consoles You might also like: By JeromeJoffard, Editorial jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter