Tomorrow, May 4th, brings an entire new slate of PlayStation Plus free titles, which suggests right now is the final day to redeem the April 2021 PlayStation Plus free games. Oddworld: Soulstorm on PS5, Days Gone, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War will probably be leaving the service to make room for the brand new May video games. All collectively, three video games are dropping, whereas three extra will probably be added to the service.
Oddworld: Soulstorm launched through Plus for PS5 gamers solely. Days Gone will probably be leaving the Plus service for PS4 gamers, however remains to be obtainable to redeem as a part of the everlasting PS Plus Collection solely for PS5 house owners. And Zombie Army 4: Dead War will even be leaving, so be sure that to redeem it when you can.
Remember that you just don’t have to obtain the video games so as to redeem the free titles for the month. You additionally don’t want to personal a PS5 to add all of them to your library. If you’re nonetheless in search of the laborious to discover next-gen console, be sure that to add them to your library anyway via the browser-based PlayStation Store so as to have a pre-built assortment of next-gen video games prepared to play. As lengthy as you could have an lively PlayStation Plus subscription, you’ll have entry to your full library of free video games for each PS4 and PS5 everytime you do decide up Sony’s next-gen platform.
The May 2021 PlayStation Plus free titles deliver a model new PS5 model of a PS4 sport launching free with the service, with three new additions. Subscribers can look ahead to Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last PS5 model launching through PS Plus tomorrow. The PS4 model is just not included within the Plus promotion. You’ll additionally find a way to decide up Battlefield V forward of an anticipated Battlefield reveal this month, and Stranded Deep, a survival sport set in a sequence of islands in the course of the ocean. But earlier than the brand new May 2021 video games be part of, be sure to have April 2021 PS Plus video games locked down.