May 2020 PlayStation Plus: Last Chance For These 2 Free PS4 Games
PS Plus subscribers can get two great simulation games free on PS4, but for only one more day.
PlayStation Plus members still have time to snag May's round of free games on the PlayStation Store before June's lineup goes live tomorrow, June 2. As usual, May 2020's PS Plus lineup consists of two free PS4 games: Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19. You can also download one of June 2020's free games, Call of Duty: WWII, early.
Cities: Skylines is an acclaimed city-building sim in which you plan and develop a metropolis. The game offers a realistic take on the genre, giving you full control over zoning neighborhoods and letting you establish districts and policies.
Farming Simulator 19, meanwhile, has you running a farm business. You'll need to plant and harvest crops, invest your money in new equipment and land, and take care of livestock.
Both games are free for PS Plus members until Tuesday, June 2, so not much time is left to claim these freebies. You can read more about the titles on the official PlayStation Blog.
If you haven't subscribed to PS Plus yet or need to renew, you can get a year-long subscription for a great price right now. On Ebay, you can get a 12-month PS Plus code for $33 via seller NeoGames. This is an official Ebay deal and one we've tested and confirmed ourselves. After purchasing, you'll get a digital code via email within 24 hours, which you can then redeem in the PlayStation Store to immediately start or extend your PS Plus membership.
May 2020 PS Plus Free Games
Available until June 2
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