As usual, the Dealabs site has again prioritized Sony by pre-revealing the list of games that will be offered with the Playstation Plus in May 2023. On the program are car simulation, fierce medieval battles and downhill cycling.
It became a habit. For many months now, the Dealabs site, in collaboration with the renowned leaker @billbil-kun, has been revealing in advance the list of games that Sony offers with the Playstation Plus.
So far, Dealabs has made no mistakes in its predictions. In April, the site rightly announced the arrival of Meet Your Maker, Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Tails of Iron. And on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, Dealabs and the insider just published the list of PS4 and PS5 games that will be offered to PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Premium subscribers in May 2023.
List of PS Plus games to be offered in May 2023
Note that too Sony just formalized this list at 7pm.. In fact, in May 2023, the Playstation Plus will allow players to restore the following games:
- Grid Legends (PS4/PS5)
- Chilvarie II (PS4/PS5)
- Descend (PS4)
Let’s start with Grid legends. This title, published by EA, presents itself as an arcade racing game, which, without being revolutionary, is particularly generous in its proposal. There’s a huge number of locations and tracks, a rather aggressive and well-thought-out AI, a wide variety of race types and car classes, and nice modeling of cars and environments.
Then let’s talk about Chilvarius II. This 1st or 3rd person (your choice) fighting game puts you in the shoes of a knight. Here you can experience terrifying multiplayer conflicts in vast medieval environments ranging from tournament grounds to castle sieges. The title offers 4 main classes and 12 subclasses, each with their own weapons and abilities. Be careful, the game is very gore!
Finally, let’s wrap up this roundup of May 2023 PS Plus games with descend, a fast paced extreme downhill bike game. The title’s main attraction remains its in-depth physics, which allow you to control your pilot’s every subtle movement. Another good point: all levels are procedurally generated, making each session unique.