PlayStation Plus May 2018 free PS4 games predictions
PlayStation fans will soon learn what new titles will be added to their subscription service.
The PS Plus May 2018 free games lineup for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita is anticipated to be announced this week.
Sony is known for revealing their new roster of titles on the last Wednesday of the month.
And that means that PlayStation Plus players will probably find out what’s coming to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita on April 25.
Fans are always interested to find out what new free games will be made part of the PS Plus lineup next.
While not quite being able to compete with March’s Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank, there were still some interesting game choices in April.
TrackMania Turbo and Mad Max were the headliners for the PS4, while fans can also download these other titles:
1. In Space we Brawl, PS3 (Cross Buy with PS4)
2. Toy Home, PS3
3. 99 Vidas, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS3 and PS4)
4. Q*Bert Rebooted, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS3 and PS4)
The April 2018 free games list will be available until May 1, so there’s still plenty of time to add the games you want to your library.
However, March’s PS Plus lineup will remain hard to beat, although fans have their fingers-crossed that something special will be revealed for next month.
So far, no new PS Plus leaks have surfaced providing clues on what might be revealed later this week.
Both fake and real leaks have consolidated days before the big Sony announcement in previous months.
And the same could happen this week, with plenty of time for a few rogue ads to pop up.
Offering first-party games always proves popular, with titles like Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection or The Last of Us Remastered still available to join the list.
And having seen Sony’s God of War reboot recently arrive, now would be the perfect time to give PS Plus subscribers a chance to play God of War 3 Remastered.
There’s a chance that Sony will look to add a new PS VR game to PlayStation Plus in May, with several other games appearing as addons in recent months.
It should be noted that the content you have downloaded as part of your PlayStation Plus subscription at no charge is only accessible as long as you are an active subscriber.
The exceptions are free themes and avatars, which you will continue to have access to, even if you are no longer a subscriber.
Anything you have purchased (even if you purchased it at a discount) will remain available to you even if your subscription ends.
Also, different countries have different rights, release schedules and, have different things available in their PlayStation Store for this reason.
So this is why you may hear about different games being available in Asia, Europe and North America, when it comes to some PS Plus announcements.