“Cities: Skylines is a modern take on the classic city simulation. The game introduces new game play elements to realize the thrill and hardships of creating and maintaining a real city whilst expanding on some well-established tropes of the city building experience.”
It’s an interesting choice for a free giveaway given the fact that this is anything but a casual experience. Players be warned, this is no walk in the park. It’s a very demanding, detailed city management sim. If that’s your cup of tea, you’ll be able to download it for free next Tuesday.
Next up we have another simulator—so much for variety Sony!—in Farming Simulator 19 from Focus Home Interactive. That makes two simulator games from two European publishers in one month. Very interesting.
The fan reaction I’ve seen so far to this lineup is . . . well, not exactly a mountain of excitement.
Many fans are disappointed and I can’t really blame them. Releasing two hardcore sims in one month means a lot of gamers are going to be left out, simply because not everyone wants to play this kind of game.
After many months of pretty top-notch PS Plus lineups, Sony has really dropped the ball on this one. What a shame.
In any case, you still have a few days to download April’s free games which you can read about right here. They are, if I may put it bluntly, a more exciting offering than May.
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