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News video games 02 May 2019, 09:56

author: Michael Kulakowski

PlayStation Plus May Offer: Overcooked! and What Remains of Edith Finch

Sony has presented the titles of the games that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in May. PlayStation 4 owners will be able to download the award-winning What Remains of Edith Finch adventure title and the cooperative arcade game Overcooked!

We've learned about the game titles that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add to the PlayStation 4 virtual library in May. The first is the award-winning What Remains of Edith Finch adventure game, which was created by the independent studio Giant Sparrow, also responsible for The Unfinished Swan in 2014. During the game, players explore a strange family property whose inhabitants died in tragic circumstances. Short production is characterized by a very interesting graphic design.

The second game available for PS players in May is the crazy cooperative culinary game called Overcooked! During the game we play the role of a busy chef. Our task is to prepare dishes, which requires strict adherence to the recipe and delivery of the right ingredients to the right places in the kitchen. The pace of the game is very fast and even a short delay in the implementation of individual stages of the recipe can destroy the entire dish or make the customer lose patience. A maximum of four people can participate in the game, playing on a common screen or via the Internet.

PS Plus is a paid service for PlayStation users. The subscription includes at least two free games, the ability to play online, exclusive discounts on PS Store, priority to play selected titles and 100 GB of cloud space for saves.

  1. Official PlayStation Plus website

PlayStation Plus offer for May 2019:

  1. What Remains of Edith Finch (PS4)
  2. Overcooked (PS4)

Games can be downloaded for free from May 7th.

Games that will be withdrawn from PlayStation Plus in May:

  1. The Surge (PS4)
  2. Conan Exiles (PS4)

Finally, let's recall that February was the last month when we were able to add productions for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 to our virtual library. Since March subscribers have only received two productions for PlayStation 4. So far Sony has no plans to make any further changes to the PlayStation Plus formula.

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