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Battlefield V is free on PlayStation Plus in May

Each month, Sony offers a number of titles for free to all of those who are subscribed to its PlayStation Plus service. For the Month of May, subscribers can get their hands on Battlefield V, the next-gen version of Wreckfest and more.

Beginning on the 4th of May, PS Plus subscribers can purchase and download:

  • Battlefield V (PS4)
  • Stranded Deep (PS4)
  • Wreckfest (PS5)

Battlefield V is the latest entry in the much-loved first-person shooter franchise from DICE. Taking players back to WWII, Battlefield V offers many different ways to play, from Grand Operations and the cooperative Combined Arms, to the single player War Stories, or even a battle royale mode known as Firestorm. Ahead of its next game set to launch later this year, Battlefield V offers the latest and greatest that the series is known for.

Stranded Deep is an open world survival game, which sees you brave the ocean and the land, scrounging to stay alive. Critical reception for the game was mixed, though fans of the genre may find enough unique in it to warrant a playthrough.

The final game available is Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last. Only playable on PlayStation 5 – though can be purchased by all PS Plus players regardless – Wreckfest is a full-contact racer which lets you create carnage with up to 24 players using all types of vehicles. Though not the most intellectually stimulating game, Wreckfest will offer plenty of fun for you and your friends.

All three of these titles will be available to purchase for free from the 4th of May until the 31st – but will of course remain in your library for as long as you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber.

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