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Like clockwork, Sony has revealed the list of six games coming to PlayStation Plus for May, including a pair of title each for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It’s an interesting mix, too, which means pretty much everybody should be able to find something to enjoy.
Sony unveiled the official line-up for their free games due to drop on the PS3, PS Vita and PS4 for the month of April. The games range from indie titles to some well known games. Some of the titles include Dead Star, A Virus Named Tom and Ubisoft's first-person action game, Zombi.
One free game offering from Sony for the month of April on PlayStation Plus appears to have leaked early thanks to a notice being sent out from Sony about receiving a refund for the pre-orders of the space combat game Dead Star. Why are they handing out refunds for pre-orders on the PS4? Because the game is going to be free in April.
Microsoft's March Games With Gold may have leaked a little sooner than to be expected, but it got gamers talking. Sony wanted to steer that talk away from Xbox and toward the PlayStation brand by announcing their own PlayStation Plus free games for March.
In lieu of the release of Capcom's Street Fighter V this week and the recent release of the Awakening DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Sony is allowing PS4 owners to get in a free weekend of PlayStation Plus, allowing gamers to play online for free.
Sony is bringing back its “Vote to Play” promotion in February, allowing PlayStation gamers to pick one of the titles that will be included as a PlayStation Plus offering in March.
February second is the first Tuesday of the month so, of course, that means we’ve got a brand new batch of six PlayStation Plus games to reveal. Get ready to shoot aliens, fight angsty teens and lead your minions to a horrible end.
Last night after the PlayStation Network was knocked offline almost all day, Sony took to Twitter to announce that in order to apologize for the outage, they would be extending PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus subscriptions for those affected.
January is just around the corner, which means it’s time to dive into the first PlayStation Plus lineup of 2016. Get ready to drive fast, relive some historical battles and slay some dragons on the PlayStation family of consoles.
Just in time to give you something else to be thankful for over the holiday weekend, Sony has announced the latest additions to the PlayStation Plus library, which can be added to your digital game collection starting next Tuesday, Dec. 1.
The PlayStation Plus games for November 2015 have been announced, offering six new titles for subscribers to Sony’s premium online service to dive into at no cost on top of the annual subscription. Get ready for some zombies, misfired spells, space operas and invisible creature catching.
It looks like at least one of Sony’s big announcements from today’s Paris Games Week press conference has been revealed ahead of schedule, with the French PlayStation website pulling back the curtain on a PlayStation Plus League geared at eSports competitions for the PlayStation 4.
If you own PlayStation Plus, you'll have six free games waiting for you on October 6th. Here's what you can download throughout the month of October
We're closing in on the end of August so it's time for Sony to announce the next group of free games coming to PlayStation Plus members. In September, they'll be able to download six titles across the PS4, PS Vita and PS3.
Get ready to exercise your right to vote, PlayStation Plus members, because Sony wants the players to pick the next PS4 game to be added to the monthly Instant Game Collection, and the polls open this Thursday.