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Here’s all the gaming freebies coming to PlayStation Plus in May 2019

Sony has announced all of the free games coming to PS4 as part of PlayStation Plus in May 2019, and it’s yet another decent month for the service. 

Headlining this month’s selection is Overcooked, a wonderful co-operative party experience from Team 17. Having now received a sequel, the original is still a great time.

The chaotic arcade outing has you teaming up with friends to assemble dishes amongst increasingly chaotic environments. Featuring countless stages and a robust number of modes, this is a great choice for PS Plus.

Related: E3 2019 latest news and announcements 

Next up is What Remains of Edith Finch, one of the finest narrative experiences of this generation. You’re a member of the ill-fated Finch Family, investigating your old homestead to uncover a strange familial curse.

Unfortunately, Sony no longer offers PS3 and PS Vita titles as part of PlayStation Plus. Although given they seldom receive new releases nowadays, it’s an understandable change.

If you’ve yet to take advantage of last month’s line-up, which consists of The Surge and Conan Exiles, you still have a couple of days to snap them up.

PlayStation Plus titles will remain in your digital library indefinitely, but you’ll need to maintain an active PlayStation Plus membership to launch and play them.

 

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