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Red Dead Redemption 2 headlines PlayStation Plus Premium and Extra games for May

Alongside Watch Dogs and more.

Arthur Morgan and a woman firing pistols in front of a green wooden house with a bench outside.
Image credit: Rockstar Games

Sony has announced its PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for May, with Rockstar's acclaimed cowboy epic Red Dead Redemption 2 leading the charge.

The latest batch of additions for PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers will be available to download from 21st May, and are as follows:

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4)
  • Deceive Inc. (PS5)
  • The Sims 4 City Living (PS4, requires The Sims 4)
  • Crime Boss: Rockay City (PS5)
  • The Settlers: New Allies (PS4)
  • Stranded: Alien Dawn (PS4, PS5)
  • Cat Quest 1 & 2 (PS4)
  • The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame (PS4)
  • Watch Dogs (PS4)
Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer.Watch on YouTube

In case any of those are new to you, that's Rockstar's well-received open-world cowboy sequel (which follows the recent PlayStation release of its predecessor), a Sims 4 expansion, Deceive Inc's multiplayer "social stealth and subterfuge", cooperative first-person heist shooting in Crime Boss: Rockay City, and real-time strategy city-building via The Settlers: New Allies.

Extra subscribers also get sci-fi survival sim Stranded: Alien Dawn, family friendly action-adventure The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame, open-world hacking action in Watch Dogs 2, and Cat Quest 1 & 2 - two super-streamlined, wonderfully approachable mini-RPGs that are a bit of a treat.

But that's not all! Subscribers to Sony's PlayStation Plus Premium tier get all the above alongside a fresh batch of Classics catalogue additions on 21st May:

  • 2Xtreme (PS4, PS5)
  • G-Police (PS4, PS5)
  • Worms Pinball (PS4, PS5)

But while one hand giveth, the other takes away. As previously spotted - and now confirmed in Sony's blog post - Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, one of the publisher's flagship first-party titles, will be removed from the PlayStation Plus catalogue on 21st May.

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