May PlayStation Plus games confirmed with five PS4 games on offer

Sony has announced the May PlayStation Plus games with five of them up for grabs on PS4.

May’s PlayStation Plus Instant Games Collection is crammed full of games for your PS4 and also your PS3.

Arriving on PlayStation Plus on May 6, you’ll get six titles: five of which are for PS4, with three of those PS3/PS4 cross-platform and the last is a PS Vita exclusive.

This month there’s another day one title for PS Plus, which is exclusive for PS4. It’s called Ether One and it’s from White Paper Games.

Ether One is a game that has two unique approaches. You can either explore the story along a path free from puzzles, allowing you to unlock the game’s story at your own pace. Or, if you’re feeling particularly badass, you can opt for the more adventurous approach that’s full of complex puzzles.

You’ll also be offered the vibrant Hohokum for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. This game allows you to travel around colourful worlds and discover secrets by interacting with said worlds in various ways.

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Another PS4 exclusive is Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition, which is a supersized version of the original PS3 and PS Vita titles. It includes the original game, all DLC and lots of PS4 exclusive content to boot.

Then for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita you have The Unfinished Swan. This game asks you to follow a runaway swan who will guide you through blank white levels. You’ll need to paint splat your way to discovery, solving puzzles and undertaking challenges along the way.

You also get Race the Sun, which is for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. This is a game that literally has you chasing the sun as a solar-powered craft that slows down in the shadows, so you’ll have to complete objectives and collect speed boosts to get further.

Finally, for PS Vita exclusively there’s the amazing Murasaki Baby. A young girl wakes up in a scary world, so you’ll need to hold her hand and guide her through the land.

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