Game news PS Plus: “Free” PS5 and PS4 games from April 2021
After a particularly generous March, a month that still combines four great titles, including Final Fantasy VII Remake and Remnant: From the Ashes, what has PlayStation Plus got in April? Answer immediately!
From April 6, the Sony service will be updated, and members subscribed to the PlayStation Plus will be able to download some new titles to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 “for free,” starting with Oddworld: Soulstorm as the game is scheduled. the PlayStation Plus offer as it formalized the release date. That’s not all! The April program will also allow players to slaughter the living dead with Days Gone and Zombie Army 4: Dead War.
Let’s start with Oddworld: Soulstorm! Oddworld: Soulstorm will give PlayStation 5 players another experience of our brave Abe’s second adventure, the one released on the PlayStation in 1998. Apparently, like Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty !, the latter has also been updated, so for fans of the series, as well as newcomers, a renewed experience with the presentation of new goals and updated visual elements in particular. Unfortunately, the offer is only for the PlayStation 5 version. To get Oddworld Inhabitants on the PlayStation 4, you’ll need to go through the box office again.
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The second offer for the month of April is Days Gone, the latest creation of Bend Studio. The title allows you to embark on an adventure alongside Deacon St John, a former motorcyclist now turned into a bounty hunter willing to do anything to find his missing wife, such as destroying hordes of the living dead or invading an enemy base. To achieve his goals, our hero is obviously equipped with a full arsenal and can also freely cross the giant map of the game with his motorcycle.
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Zombie Army 4: Dead War
The third production, offered with the PlayStation Plus program from April 6 onwards, is nothing more than Zombie Army 4: Dead War, a cooperative TPS that offers players the option of using a sniper rifle to repel hordes of Nazi zombies. Like its model, the Sniper Elite 4, the Rebellion title allows players to watch their massacres closely as they add killer cameras that regularly keep things going. Note that the game is obviously compatible with the PlayStation 5.
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