In line with the recent announcement from Microsoft's Xbox Live Games with Gold on May, Sony Interactive Entertainment catches up with the monthly trend. Sony announced six games to be included for their Playstation Plus Free Games and includes some of the famous titles such as "Tales from the Borderlands," "Abzu," "Blood Knights," "Type: Rider," and more.

First, the PlayStation 4 titles are "Tales from the Borderlands" and "Abzu." "Tales from the Borderlands" presents an action-filled theme with adventures. With unique graphics likened to that of "Walking Dead" series, this game will keep players occupied through hours.

On the other hand, "Abzu" is an outlet of relaxation and adventure for players, who prefer a calm setting. Players will explore the deep ocean as they discover the paradise with coral reefs and marine creatures. However, the ocean is not so peaceful when predators come around, so they should also look out for these as well.

Here is the trailer for the two games mentioned above:

PlayStation 3 titles

The two titles for PlayStation Plus Free Game lineup on the PlayStation 3 platform are "Blood Knights" and "Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants." First, "Blood Knights" is a hack-and-slash game developed by Deck 13 Interactive and published by Kalypso Media. The game is more targeted on gore with RPG elements blended as one.

On the other hand, "Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants" for those who want to experience trade and commerce on the seas with a pirate lifestyle.

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This game incorporates adventure and strategy at the same time.

PS Vita titles Cross Buy on the PS4

Lastly, two titles for the PS Vita are the following: "Laser Disco Defenders," which presents a simple graphics containing unique game method. Players will have to shoot enemies while dodging lasers and clearing the level. They can choose from four characters in the game with different sets of abilities.

On the other hand, "Type: Rider" prioritizes on sounds and the use of touch screens on the PS Vita console. The graphics are simple, but the gameplay is unique. Players will use different spots of the PS Vita's touch screen to move the main object. They control it while dodging obstacles along the way.

Hopefully, Sony will launch another great lineup on the month of June, which will be much awaited by PlayStation Plus subscribers.