PlayStation Plus May 2021: in Spain there is another additional free game

PlayStation Plus May 2021: in Spain there is another additional free game

PlayStation Plus May 2021

Among the free games of the PlayStation Plus of May 2021 there will be an additional one, but apparently only as regards Spain, which in addition to those announced will also receive Waves Out.

We have seen the free games for the subscribers to PS Plus in May 2021, or Battlefield V, Stranded Deep and Wreckfest, but in Spain they will also be able to have Waves Out, a puzzle game for PS4 in which we find ourselves playing a character with magnetic powers and thus able to attract spheres and metal objects within various levels.

The reason for the regional limitation of this proposal is related to the origin of the game: it is an indie title developed through the PS Talents initiative which is specific to PlayStation Spain , aimed at promoting videogame development by small local independent teams.

In any case, we report that Waves Out will also be available in this geographical area in addition to the three titles already announced for May 2021 on PlayStation Plus, waiting to understand if the distribution of the title is planned with some promotion even outside the Spanish borders or not.

In the meantime, Sony has announced that there are 47, 6 million PS Plus subscribers worldwide, according to the latest published financial data which also reported 7.8 million PS5s sold so far.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games May 2021: Predictions, Rumors, Leaks And More

Battlefield V


May is nearly here, and that means a new slate of PlayStation Plus free games. April brought us Days Gone, Oddworld Soulstorm and Zombie Army 4: Dead War, and came with a bit of controversy as that was also the month the Days Gone writer said you should be buying games you love new, rather than waiting for them to go on sale or be on…PlayStation Plus. Yikes.

In any case, it’s time for a new set of games, and even if PlayStation doesn’t have a full answer to Game Pass yet, its free games are always a hit every time they arrive.

Some possibilities:

Battlefield V – The next big Battlefield game is likely going to be announced soon, so it would make sense for EA to put the last mainline game up on PS Plus for free at this point. This has also been the target of a few different rumors that yes, it is indeed one of the May games.

Nier: Automata – This has been a common fan request for a while now, and with Nier Replicant now released, it could be a great time for this to surface on PS Plus.

Godfall – Too soon for a PS5 launch game to head to PS Plus? Not if it’s Godfall, which really did not catch on like Miles Morales or Demon’s Souls back in November. With DLC coming, they may want to get more people on board, and also the game has been patched a lot since launch. We’ve heard a dedicated PS5 game may be one of the picks, and there aren’t all that many of those.

Star Wars Squadrons – If EA is not doing a Battlefield release then they may decide to put the somewhat overlooked Star Wars Squadrons on PS Plus instead to give it some more attention.

Stranded Deep

Stranded Deep

Stranded Deep – This is a rumored pick for one of the smaller games that might be featured, but it’s a game with a fair amount of problems so giving it its own PS Plus feature while those are not fixed would be a bit odd.

GTA 5 – We have seen GTA 5 come to Game Pass a few times now, so is it time for the game to show up for free on PS Plus? I keep hearing this every month but the game sells so well on PlayStation that I would be surprised if it ever actually comes to pass.

Uncharted: Lost Legacy – Another popular request, and a game that seems like it really should have arrived on PS Plus by now, but it hasn’t happened yet. The director of this game just returned to Naughty Dog from Crystal Dynamics, so it would be a good time to celebrate his re-arrival.

Those are the “top” picks for now, and if I had to pick three, I’ll go with Battlefield V, Godfall and Stranded Deep. We should know the real answer soon enough.

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