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Here are all the PS4, PS3 and Vita games you can get for free in May

PS4 PS3 PS Vita Free Games

PlayStation Plus subscribers rejoice: the latest batch of free games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita were just announced. May’s collection consists of some of the best indie games from the past few years, which means you won’t need to clear a bunch of gigabytes on your PS4’s hard drive in order to download them all.

FROM EARLIER: Here are the free games you’ll get on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in May

Keep in mind, you need an active PlayStation Plus subscription in order to get these games for free:

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (PS4)

This 2D brawler/platformer hybrid is inspired by Mexican folklore and has a vivid art style to match. Explore a huge world, learn the robust fighting system, and enjoy some drop-in, drop-out co-op.

Ether One (PS4)

This haunting, first-person puzzler tasks you with restoring the minds of the mentally ill by solving complex puzzles and sewing together the frayed strands of the patient’s lives. Be warned: not everything is as it seems.

The Unfinished Swan (PS4 | PS3 | PS Vita)

Developer Giant Sparrow made big waves with this project thanks to its astounding art style and thought-provoking gameplay. Will you help find a fitting end to this fairy tale? Experience a breath-taking story filled with delightful twists.

Race the Sun (PS4 | PS3 | PS Vita)

This minimalist racing game forces you to compete against the setting sun in what is both a deeply calming and nail-biting session. That may sound like a contradiction, but it’s true!

Hohokum (PS4 | PS3 | PS Vita)

A supremely relaxing game that’s bursting at the seams with personality. Explore a crazy, colorful world, meet new friends, and just let go as you listen to the incredible soundtrack by a collection of talented artists.

Murasaki Baby (PS Vita)

A strange puzzle game with an eerie atmosphere. Players guide Baby through a nightmarish landscape in search of home. It’s cute, and also a little weird.

All six of these games will be available to download from the PlayStation Store on Tuesday, May 5th. Watch a video of the games in action below:

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.