PS Now May 2022 - Games, Release Date, Rumours and More

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Now in its final few moments before it's assimilated into the larger PlayStation Plus Premium subscription model, we're here to list out and look at some of the last few games to join the long-running service. Check out what the PS Now May 2022 games list will bring to your cloud gaming library.

The exact details have finally emerged, and it's looking likely that more games will be leaving than joining the PS Now May 2022 repository. We'll update with confirmations as they appear, but here's what we know so far.

For more free games, PC players can check out the Epic Games Store free games list. That one offers two free games every week without any sort of subscription to speak of.

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Sony has finally confirmed the new games arriving on PS Now in May 2022. These are Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Soulcalibur 6, and Blasphemous. They're available on the soon-to-be-defunct service now.

According to a leak, at least 15 games will be leaving PS Now in May. These are said to include Sonic Forces, WWE 2K19, and No Time To Explain. This is unconfirmed for now.

When Is the PS Now May 2022 Release Date?

The new PS Now games for May were announced on May 2, with games available on May 3 if things stick to their usual plan.

PS Now May 2022 Predictions

There is also hearsay of a lot of games leaving PS Now. If they do get scrubbed, these games will likely come back as part of the new PS Plus service, but nothing is set in stone. These allegedly leaving titles include Yakuza 4 and 5, Metal Gear Rising, and Catherine.

What's Leaving PS Now in May 2022?

As of writing, we can confirm that one game is definitely leaving the service: Grand Theft Auto Vice City: Definitive Edition. The last day of its availability will be May 2. On top of that, leaks suggest hits like Sonic Forces will also be leaving the service this month.

When Is the PS Now and PS Plus Merge?

PS Now and PS Plus are to merge very soon, with this latest set of additions and removals set to be the last before the two services become one part of a larger PlayStation subscription.

The new service will roll out in late May in Asian markets, mid-June for the US, and later June for Europe. Anyone with a PS Now subscription will be automatically upgraded to PS Plus Premium tier, which is nice.

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