Coming to PS Plus in May: Puppeteer, Payday 2, Muramasa & More
Sony PS Store and Plus Content Manager Chris Howe shared a preview today of what new content is coming to PlayStation Plus in May, which includes Puppeteer, Payday 2, Muramasa and more below!
To quote: Hi everyone! It's time to unveil all the goodies coming to PlayStation Plus members this May. I hope you'll agree that we have a great line up that should keep you glued to your consoles.
New for PlayStation 4
First up on PS4 comes Stick it to the Man, a weird and wonderful title from the very talented development team at Zoink! I am so pleased that we are able to bring you this incredible title which won a sturdy 8.6 out of 10 from IGN on release.
I'm sure you won't be disappointed with this wacky adventure. Take a look at the trailer below for an idea of what to expect.
New for PlayStation 3:
First up on PS3 this May an eccentric title from our very own Japan Studio. Puppeteer delivers a magical fairy tale experience with a sinister backdrop all played out in a theatrical world where the environment is constantly changing.
Take on the role of a young boy named Kutaro carried away by the evil Moon Bear King to a black castle where the unlucky lad is transformed into a puppet. But the headless hero is not alone - he discovers a very special pair of scissors to help him on his harrowing adventure to find his head, and his way home.
Next up, it's time to descend on Washington DC for a crime spree of epic proportions in the second installment of the thrilling heist shooter Payday. Payday 2's new crimenet network offers a huge range of dynamic contracts and you are free to choose anything from small-time convenience store hits or kidnappings, to major league cyber-crime or emptying out major bank vaults.
New for PS Vita:
Muramasa Rebirth is your first offering this month on PS Vita. It's faithful port of Vanillaware's classic side-scrolling action-RPG, one that absolutely shines on the OLED screen. Immersive, stylish, and full of action, Muramasa Rebirth's twin campaigns, multiple endings, hidden Demon Swords, massive exploration and other optional goodies should be enough to keep you busy for a good long while.
Finally, it's time to take to the fairways in our very own Everybody's Golf. This title makes full use of the rear touch pad functionality and the intuitive touchscreen controls allowing you to plot your way around the course and achieve that low score whilst having a lot of fun at the same time!