Sony officially announces the free PS Plus games for May 2020, denying previous leaks about free games planning in May.
OVER: ELECTRONIC GAMES: 200 PS4 METHODS FOR SALE
When it comes to free PlayStation Plus games, Sony has been a hit lately. Free PS Plus games in March 2020 include Shield of the Colossus, while free PS Plus games in April 2020 were led by Unchart 4: A Thief & # 39; s End.
However, now Tony has dropped the curtain on the free PS Plus games in May 2020, and it looks like their winning streak is over.
These Cities: Skylines – PlayStation 4 Edition and Farming Simulator 19. It will be available when subscribers search for it from May 5th to June 1st.
Cities: The Skylines received rave reviews upon their release, though Farming Simulator 19 was already being adopted otherwise. Beyond that, both games can be considered niche titles, so their appeal is limited.
As a result, There has been a lot of stress on free PS Plus games in May 2020. What has caused many online critics of Twitter encounters elsewhere.
While some fans may be disappointed with the free games, it should be noted that Tony has offered many free games last month. Thanks to Sony & # 39; s Play at Home program, PS4 users can also redeem Journey and Unchped: The Nathan Drake Collection until May 5. Best of all, they don't even have to subscribe to the PlayStation Plus program to do so.
However, the reaction to the free PS Plus games in May 2020 has been difficult so far. This may be due to games that have been rumored for a lineup.
The leak was that the free PC Plus Games of May 2020 will be Death of Light and Dark Souls, two of the most popular games and has a wider appeal than City: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19. It makes sense that fans wouldn't be so upset if they didn't think they would get those games instead.
OVER: PS5 Games WILL BE BUILT AT some point
While some fans may be disappointed with the May 2020 free PS Plus games, there is still time to look for the April 2020 free PSO games., not to mention free games that are part of the Play program at home. Also, fans can expect the PSPS system to expand later this year.
Before discarding PS Plus support for PS3 and PS Vita, PlayStation Plus subscribers used to get two free games per program. It looks like when Sony introduces the PlayStation 5, PS Plus subscribers will get free games for both transfers. However, Sony should announce its PS Plus plans for the PS5, so fans should keep their expectations.