PlayStation Plus May 2017 Lineup Predictions

PlayStation Plus is known to bring several free games each month. With only a couple of weeks remaining before April ends, lots of rumors are starting to surface online about the future free games for next month. Apparently, the May 2017 lineup for PlayStation Plus has not been revealed or leaked by some sources as of now. Thus, it remains unclear regarding what title would make its debut.

Express reported that players can currently download and play several game titles such as Drawn To Death, Invizmals: the Lost Kingdom, Lovers in Dangerous Spacetime, Alien Rage - Extended Edition, Curses 'n Chaos and 10 Second Ninja.

Meanwhile, the first four games mentioned above are playable through PlayStation, while the remaining two are PS Vita titles that can be accessed through CrossBuy. These titles will remain available until May 2 until Sony release a brand new set of games for the PlayStation Plus program.

As per ThisGenGaming, next month's PlayStation Plus could feature a couple of familiar game titles. The report says that Sony and THQ Nordic may collaborate for a humble bundle and Darksiders 2: Deathfinitive Ediiton is one of the games that may be included. It is suspected that players might see the game arriving as part of next month's PlayStation Plus lineup.

Another possible game that might come is God of War 3 Remastered, which Sony released on PlayStation 4 a couple of years back. Sony previously included the franchise's first title in PS Plus for three straight months. Thus, it likely for the company to do it again this year.

The next possible game is called Crypt of the Necrodancer. It is considered as one of the most popular indie game to arrive last year. PlayStation Plus tends to feature some popular indie games recently, perhaps Crypt of the Necrodancer could be that game.

Lastly, the rhythm action game entitled Thumper is also predicted to arrive for PS Plus next month. The game won tons of awards since its debut last October 2016. Hence, it is highly suspected to be included in next month's lineup.


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