These Are the PS Plus Free Games for May 2022


The list of games that will be free for PS Plus members in May 2022 has been leaked online before the PlayStation announcement, which is supposed to take place later this week.

Soon, Sony is going to make a big change to their popular PlayStation Plus subscription service. There will be an “all-new” PlayStation Plus later this year. The service will combine PlayStation Plus and PlayStation No in order to offer more than 700 games from previous console generations to people who already have both of them.

This is how the service will be broken down into three tiers: Essential, Extra, and Premium. Each tier will have a different price. All of them are getting more expensive and giving more benefits, like the ability to stream classic games from the PS3 and more.

There won’t be a change until June 13th in the Americas, and May 23rd in Asia. However, you still have one more month of free PS Plus games before the service changes. The list of games for May 2022 has already been leaked.

So what are the games that were leaked?

The leak comes from an internet user, who has been leaking PS Plus games since 2021. He has a good record of leaking games.

According to the user, PlayStation fans will be able to play three more games in May 2022:

  • FIFA 22 (PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5)
  • Tribes of Midgard (PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5)
  • Curse of The Dead Gods (PlayStation 4)

Depending on what kind of games you like, next month could mean something to fans.  Many players have probably already bought the new FIFA. It’s the biggest game in the May lineup.  The other two games, Tribes of Midgard and Curse of the Dead Gods, are both indie games, which some people don’t really like.

On Twitter, a lot of people said that they didn’t like the new games coming to PS Plus. Now, it really depends on the person.

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