Wednesday, May 1, 2019

PlayStation Plus Free Games for May 2019

PlayStation Plus free games lineup has picked up What Remains of Edith Finch and Overcooked for the month of May 2019.

For past few months and since the beginning of 2019, Sony Entertainment has been offering some decent PlayStation Plus titles on their free monthly games lineup and we wouldn't want them to break that cycle anytime soon for their monthly subscribers.

PS Plus members had fun times with some action role-playing experience with The Surge and survival game Conan Exiles. Depending on what everyone likes, we have a look at what is up ahead in May 2019 and it looks mediocre at best.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games for May 2019

May kicks in with adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch from developer Giant Sparrow and publisher Annapurna Interactive. Its story centers on last member of Finch family, Edith Finch and an old family curse that claimed them all.

General reception towards the title is mostly positive due to a very gripping narrative presentation. Though players have little option to interact with each family member, it offers better experience than many other walking simulators out there.

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What Remains of Edith Finch on PlayStation Plus Free Games

Our next free game is a cooking simulator title Overcooked by developer Ghost Town Games and publisher Team17. You are tasked to control a number of chefs to prepare meals for customer orders and serve within a certain time.

Of course, you have to go through various kitchen hazards and obstacles while you are at it but that is what makes things interesting. Also, tagging along with up to four friends in a fun co-op play via local multiplayer would be more exciting.

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Overcooked on PlayStation Plus Free Games

Compared to what PS Plus subscribers were used to get for their bucks up until March 2019, Sony Entertainment has been offering only two games per month instead of six and most of them are indie games, not compatible with everyone's choice.

Now that cross buy feature is gone since Sony has decided to cease support for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games, regular members are wondering whether or not is it worth to continue their subscription for cheap games.