UPDATE: The games have been announced by the PlayStation Blog:
Wreckfest: Drive Hard, Die Last | PS5
Burn rubber, break rules and shred metal in this full-contact racer from the creator of the FlatOut. Race and upgrade patched-together cars, improving their looks and toughening up their body armour to survive the epic crashes and neck-to-neck fights over the finish line in competitive races. Enjoy some hilarity in Challenge modes as you get behind the wheel of crop harvesters, three-wheelers and much more, then challenge your friends online in multiplayer up to 24 players.
Battlefield V | PS4
Enter mankind’s greatest conflict with Battlefield V as the series goes back to its roots in a never-before-seen portrayal of World War 2. Experience all-out multiplayer with your squad in the vast Grand Operations and the cooperative Combined Arms, or take on single-player War Stories. As you fight in epic, unexpected locations across the globe, enjoy the richest, most immersive Battlefield yet.
Stranded Deep | PS4
Test your survival skills in this open-world adventure. In the aftermath of a mysterious plane crash, you are stranded in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Alone, without any means to call for help, you must do what you can to survive. Explore underwater and on land as you hunt for supplies to craft the tools, weapons, and shelter you’ll need to stay alive. Stay sharp: hunger, thirst, and exposure conspire against you as you brave treacherous elements and the dangerous creatures of the Pacific.
Original Story - It's hard to believe we're halfway through April, and while Summer grows ever nearer, PlayStation fans will no doubt be looking to the end of the month for the PlayStation Plus May games.
And so they should, with the likes of Oddworld: Soulstorm, Bugsnax, and Destruction All-Stars all dropping into the service in recent months. In fact, since the start of this console generation, Sony has been killing it with both PS4 and PS5 games.
All of those freebies (and online play) have helped PS Plus subscribers hit over 47 million worldwide.
Oh, and in case you missed it, if you're reading this before May 15 you can snag Horizon: Zero Dawn for free as part of the Play At Home Initiative.
That's not all, though, as it appears Sony could be about to add a new 'Video Pass' to the service, if a leaked logo is to be believed.
Here's everything we know so far about the PlayStation Plus May 2021 games, including all potential predictions, rumours and leaks.
When Will PS Plus May 2021 Games Be Announced?
Traditionally PS Plus games have always been announced on the last Wednesday of the month at 4.30 pm on the dot.
The announced titles then become available to download from the PSN store on the first Tuesday of the month.
Some months this means the games arrive a bit earlier. But some months, it means there's a slightly longer wait than normal, such as this month.
Due to the way the days have fallen in the month, Sony will announce the PS Plus April 2021 free games lineup on Wednesday, April 28 – that's tomorrow!
When Will PS Plus May 2021 Come Out?
Again, the date new PS Plus games become available is like clockwork, with the new games available to download from the PSN store on the first Tuesday of the month.
Looking ahead, the PS Plus March 2021 free games will be available to download on the PlayStation store on Tuesday 4 May 2021.
PS Plus May 2021 Leaks
Currently, the only leak we've heard has suggested that Battlefield V and Stranded Deep could be May's PS Plus games for PS4. Find out more here.
There have also been predictions that Terminator: Resistance could be added after the game's PS5 upgrade was delayed from April 30.
Since the new games will be released on May 4, we can't help but wonder if we'll get a Star Wars title.
After all, 'May the Fourth' is Star Wars day - and Squadrons has been added to EA Play. Could it be the next game? Who knows!
PS Plus May 2021 Deals
There aren't a great number of deals out there right now, but we'll be sure to keep scouring the web.
For three month subscriptions, you can get one from Amazon for £19.99.