The PS Plus February 2019 ad will soon come with fans of PS4 to learn about free Sony PlayStation Plus games.
The current PS Plus team is in charge of Conan Exiles and The Surge, free PS4 games.
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New PS Plus versions are usually announced on the last Wednesday of each month, which will be available next Tuesday with new PS4 games.
This time it's a bit different for the last Wednesday of this month, April 24, Tuesday 30 April.
Sony will not open a new month for PS Plus games for free.
For this reason, the PS Plus May 2019 lineup will be announced on Wednesday, May 1st, with free PS4 games, on Tuesday, May 7th.
And Sony PlayStation fans of free PS4 games have been given great news.
PS Plus fans can now get a 12-month subscription to PlayStation Plus.
At the time of writing, CDKeys offers an annual PS Plus value, which usually costs £ 39.99 for £ 38.99.
This saves almost a quarter (22%) in the price of a PS Plus member.
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If you complete the PS Plus subscription, you can close now to make it the best time to promote the final deal.
PS Plus, from May 20, 2019, will be able to choose free PS4 games.
The following month, the PS Plus team of Asia and Japan have revealed the titles of these options can be free PS4 games in Europe and the United States.
Japanese PS Plus subscribers will be free in May with Metal Gear Survive and Darksiders Warmastered Edition.
It's much different with Asia's PS Plus Plus 2019 titles being Metal Gear Survive and The Witness.
On March 25th, the European PS title would be available in March.
That's why it's likely that Metal Gear Survive and Darksiders Warmastered Edition will be released for new US and European PS Plus games.
In any case, PS4 fans do not wait for a long time to find out what PS will be next games.
PS Plus May 2019 team may appear on the fourth Wednesday in the UK on May 1.
Free new PS4 games will be available for download on Tuesday, May 7th.
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