PS Plus May 2014 update on PS4

By Alan Ng - Apr 23, 2014

It is that time again, where we can now look forward to the PS Plus May 2014 update. PS4 users have been enjoying Mercenary Kings for a month, but at the start of May we will have a new game to enjoy and fans have already started to make their predictions on what it could be.

PS Plus is a great reason to own a PS4, with Sony offering unbeatable value that fans have very little to complain about. Not only do PS4 owners get a new game to play each month, but Sony also provide discounts to existing titles as well and new releases.

While we wouldn’t have minded at all if Octodad: Dadliest Catch was the PS Plus May 2014 free game on PS4, that obviously won’t be the case now that it is live and available to buy already. However, Sony are throwing in a 20% discount for PS Plus members, which is very good for a brand new game release.

As for predictions, there are some interesting choices. As you can see below some gamers are already wondering if Planetside 2 may be the free game on PS4 next month.

We’ve also added a useful video below, giving you more predictions with a ‘Top 5 possible PS4 games’ for May’s PS Plus update. Knack is one of the games included in the list, with many suggesting that it is now time for Sony to offer Mark Cerny’s game up for free.

We can see that Daylight has been mentioned as well, as many of you believe that Sony may make this the next free game – an interesting choice we think, especially considering Sony has already offered up horror title Outlast a few months ago.

As we await possible leaks in the days to come, let us know your predictions for the PS Plus May free game. Tell us firstly what you would like it to be and secondly what you think it will be.

Update 1: Here’s the confirmed PS Plus May update for Europe – Stick it to the Man on PS4, Payday 2 and Puppeteer on PS3! Let us know what you think about the selections. We’ll confirm the US update soon.

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Also See: PS4 5.50 update notes for March 8