Check Out May 2020’s PlayStation Plus Games

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Here we are in May and summer is slowly approaching us. The weather is much nicer, but that doesn’t mean time strayed away to get your gaming on. With that said, let’s jump right in and see what’s free for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

Cities: Skylines – PlayStation 4 Edition

The first game to introduce in May’s free PlayStation Plus games is Cities: Skylines – PlayStation 4 Edition. Now is the time to build the metropolis of your dreams. Tap into your creativity in this award-winning management game because you are in charge of a growing city. Go about building your first streets to manipulating essentials for thousands of citizens and their ever-changing needs. In this acclaimed city-builder sim by Paradox Interactive, this title allows you to design, build, and manage.

Plan road networks, parks, and bus lines as the mayor of the city. Create a metropolis where everything could possibly be industrialized or a more relaxing touristy city while also managing policies, energy, and the economy. City Skylines: PlayStation 4 Edition also includes the After Dark expansion which allows you to create a whole different place at night. Your decisions will either flourish your city or have it fail. This title is just a robust-city simulation game you don’t want to miss!

Farming Simulator 19

Next to wrap up the free PlayStation Plus games this month is Farming Simulator 19. If the hustle and bustle of a metropolis is too much for you, this title may just be it for you. Check out Farming Simulator 19 for a more calm lifestyle. Escape from the rural life with loads of agriculture pastimes while losing yourself in this farming simulator.

Become a modern farmer in this ultimate farming experience and develop your farm on two huge American and European environments. Drive over 300 authentic vehicles and machines such as John Deere, New Holand, Challenger, Fendt, Case IH, and many more! This installment is filled with new farming activities, crops to harvest, and animals to tend to. Enjoy the online community where you can join other players and grow your farm. Also, download community created mods and enjoy this ever-expanding farming simulator even more!

There you have it for May’s 2020 PlayStation Plus games. Remember, they are available now until June 1. So there is some time to download these two titles. Which games are you playing this month before they disappear? Sound off in the comments below, and we’ll see you next month for June’s PlayStation Plus games!

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