RUMOUR: May's Free PlayStation Plus Games Will Be DYING LIGHT & DARK SOULS: REMASTERED

RUMOUR: May's Free PlayStation Plus Games Will Be DYING LIGHT & DARK SOULS: REMASTERED

It seems that Dying Light and Dark Souls: Remastered will be available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers in May. Hit the jump to find out more...

By Nebula - Apr 27, 2020 05:04 PM EST
Filed Under: PlayStation
Source: Push Square

Every month, PlayStation offers a pair of games for free to those who subscribe to PlayStation Plus. Of course, the main reason to subscribe to the service is to be able to play online multiplayer games, however, the free monthly games are certainly a nice bonus.

For instance, both Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and DiRT RALLY 2.0 are currently available for free to PS Plus subscribers — more on April's free PlayStation Plus games here. However, that pair will be replaced on May 4th.

Before each month's games are announced, there's always a bunch of speculation on what might be available. However, this time around it seems the cat's out of the bag early. This is quite similar to a scenario which took place back in February regarding March's free games — as you can see here.

The below image surfaced online recently, specifically on ResetEra (via Push Square). You might have already lost interest upon hearing the source but the image itself certainly looks legitimate. Those in the forum thread are certainly convinced by it. If this image is legitimate; Dying Light and Dark Souls: Remastered will be available for free to PS Plus subscribers next month.

We'll just have to wait and see. At that, probably not too much longer as the next batch of free games are usually announced near the end of the month. Stay tuned to Gamefragger to find out.

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