Battlefield V, Stranded Deep, and Wreckfest are the three games that PlayStation Plus subscribers can add to their library starting May 4. However, as it turns out, Sony is giving away more than three PlayStation games to certain users.
Four PS Plus May 2021 Games For Spain
It's not unusual for Sony to switch up the PlayStation Plus offerings for certain regions. Often, this involves changing the game lineup for certain regions like in parts of Asia and Europe, among others. However, now and then, Sony will add an extra free game for PlayStation Plus subscribers in certain regions. May 2021 just happens to be one of those months.
Sony just recently confirmed the PS Plus May 2021 games. As per the usual, it comes with one free PS5 game and two free PS4 games. Although this month's offerings are admittedly a bit disappointing compared to that of April's and March's, PlayStation Plus subscribers in Spain can celebrate knowing that they're getting one more free PS4 game.
In addition to the free PS4 games, Battlefield V and Stranded Deep, as well as the free PS5 game, Wreckfest, Spanish PlayStation Plus subscribers can add Waves Out to their collection on May 4.
Now, Waves out isn't necessarily a AAA title. It's not, for example, a Godfall. The PS5-exclusive was one of the games rumored to be part of the PS Plus May 2021 games lineup after PEGI rated Godfall for the PlayStation 4. However, the fact that only PlayStation Plus subscribers in Spain will receive a fourth free game for May 2021 is surprising, to say the least. Even more so since Sony has yet to explain why this is exclusive to Spain.
With that said, we highly doubt that the rest of the world will care for missing out on the game. Waves Out was released in January 2021 and received terrible reviews. It normally sells for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store. But, we highly doubt that anyone's really bought it since. Still, a fourth free game means a bit more value for PS Plus subscribers in Spain.
Speaking of free games, Sony is currently giving away 2017's Horizon Zero Dawn as part of the Play at Home initiative. This is expected to be just the second of many more. After bringing back the Play at Home project in March with 2016's Ratchet & Clank, Sony has since promised to continue giving away free games. For how long remains uncertain.
In addition to this, there's still time to get Days Gone and the rest of the April 2021 PlayStation Plus games lineup.