PlayStation Plus Emphasizes Family Fun With Overcooked And What Remains Of Edith Finch In May
With the PlayStation Plus offerings being Thanos-snapped into fewer games after March of this year, Sony is bringing some very well-liked PlayStation 4 titles to the service for the month of May. This month, the service gets two big indie titles in the form of Overcooked and What Remains of Edith Finch, so you can get a pretty wide range of different feelings from these games.
Overcooked, which had a sequel release last year, is a cooking co-op game where you will learn to hate your friends and family for either not cooking well enough to pass the level or being the person who takes the game too seriously and hates everyone else for not cooking well enough to pass the level. It's fun, and the ride before it ends relationships is pretty great.
What Remains of Edith Finch, which was also free on Epic Games Store without a paid subscription a few months ago, is a narrative tale from Giant Sparrow, developers of Unfinished Swan. The anthology has you explore the lives, and more importantly deaths, of people in a long and tragic family line.
Both games will go live on PlayStation Plus on May 7 for paid subscribers.