PlayStation Plus free games for May announced

The PlayStation Plus May free games have been announced. From May 1, 2018 the new PlayStation Plus lineup will be available and April’s games will be leaving the Instant Game Collection.

May’s Instant Game Collection includes;

  • Beyond: Two Souls 
  • Rayman Legends
  • Risen 3: Titan Lords 
  • Eat Them 
  • King Oddball 
  • Furmins 

PlayStation Plus May Games

Beyond: Two Souls was released for PS3, before being re-released for PS4 and was developed by Quantic Dream. Quantic Dream’s Detroit Become Human is launching in May and it’s a perfect time for players to get acquainted with the type of gameplay they can expect.

Beyond: Two Souls stars Ellen Paige and Willem Dafoe and tells the story of Jodie and her ghostly friend Aiden.

The other PS4 title for May is Rayman Legends. Originally released for Wii U and ported to every other platform. A follow up to Rayman Origins, Legends includes the brilliant musical levels and some of the best 2D platforming of the last few years.

The games leaving the Instant Game Collection in May are;

  • Mad Max
  • Trackmania Turbo
  • In Space We Brawl 
  • Toy Home 
  • 99 VIDAS 
  • Q*Bert Rebooted

You can grab the PlayStation Plus May games from May 1, 2018.

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