PS Plus subscribers can get three free games next month.
It’s almost June, and that means PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive a new batch of free PS5 and PS4 games very soon as part of their subscriptions. Sony announced these games on Wednesday, and they include Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown, Star Wars: Squadrons, and Operation Tango, all of which will be available starting June 1.
Operation Tango for PS5 launches day one for PlayStation Plus on Tuesday, June 1. Operation Tango, a cooperative spy adventure game, is set in the near future and allows you to play as a hacker or an agent while working together with just your voice to communicate. As such, the game requires both players to have a microphone. Watch the trailer below to learn more.
Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown, meanwhile, is a remaster from Yakuza developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio for PS4. It also makes its debut from day one via PlayStation Plus, and will also be available via PlayStation Now. The game has a redesigned user interface and improved visuals.
“This project started as part of Sega’s 60th anniversary celebration; it was made as a gift to our community, “said lead producer Seiji Aoki in a chat with GameSpot prior to the reveal. “We want as many people to play it as possible. Launching on both PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now allows us to offer the definitive Virtua Fighter experience as an essentially ‘free’ game to millions of players around the world, many of whom may simply be trying the series for the first time! “
Star Wars: Squadrons was originally released in October 2020. The multiplayer space dogfighting game also has a single-player campaign that takes place after the events of Return of the Jedi. Toggle between playing as the Empire and the New Republic.