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Chaotic driving game Wreckfest leads free PlayStation Plus games for May

Ed Nightingale April 29, 2021
PlayStation Plus Wreckfest

Wreckfest. (Bugbear Entertainment)

Very soon it’s gonna be May, and that means a fresh batch of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

From 4 May, three new games will be available.

Top billing goes to Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last. The driving game was released on PS4 back in 2019 but is only available as a free download for PlayStation 5 owners.

There’s plenty of fun to be had with smashing up cars on the race track and then patching them up with upgrades. Hop online for some chaotic 24-person races.

Another multiplayer game available for players on both consoles is Battlefield V

The 2018 first-person shooter goes back to the series roots with a Second World War setting for epic online battles, or you can play through single player War Stories.

Lastly, Stranded Deep will be available also on both consoles. An open world survival game set in the ocean, you’ll need to explore both on land and underwater to survive the aftermath of a mysterious plane crash. Just beware of sharks.

PlayStation Plus subscribers can download these games for free until 31 May.

This means you’ve got until 4 May to download April’s free games: Oddworld: Soulstorm (read our review here), Days Gone and Zombie Army 4: Dead War.

PlayStation 5 owners will still be able to access Days Gone for free as part of the PS Plus Collection of standout PS4 titles. 

Also currently available as a free download is Horizon Zero Dawn, part of Sony’s Play At Home scheme. The open world adventure is available until 14 May.

With a sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, due out later this year, now is the perfect time to catch up on this modern PlayStation classic.

Sony are currently testing video content for PlayStation Plus users in Poland, though there’s no word yet on whether this will spread globally.

You can sign up to PlayStation Plus with a one month, three month or 12 month subscription. To sign up go to Amazon here.

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