Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has revealed the free games that will hit PlayStation Plus in April 2021.
The announcement was made through the official PlayStation blog on March 31st. This month’s free PlayStation Plus service offering includes two PS4 games and a PS5 title.
The games are Gone are the days (PS4), Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PS4) i Oddworld: Storm of Souls (PS5). According to the announcement, all three games will be available for free downloads starting April 6 and ending May 3.
Oddworld: Storm of Souls is an upcoming platform that will be released on April 6th. On the same day, it will be available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers on PS5. The game: the last of the Oddworld saga: follows an accidental hero who became the leader of the Abe revolution while embarking on a journey to save his fellow mudokons.
In addition to regular platforms and crossings Storm of souls will allow players to solve a lot of puzzles with the help of rescued Mudokons. The game will also use haptic feedback from the PS5’s DualSense controller, through which players will be able to feel Abe’s heartbeat during exciting encounters.
Available on PS4 in April, and on PS5 compatible with previous versions, is a zombie survival-horror game Gone are the days, and zombie shooter Zombie Army 4: Dead War.
Gone are the days, which was first released as a PlayStation exclusive in April 2019, follows the story of recruit and bounty hunter Deacon St. John as he tries to survive through a zombie apocalypse as he discovers that his alleged dead wife may still be alive as he ventures out. to look for her.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War he sees an occult resurrect a Nazi army to death to wreak havoc on the planet. Players will be able to join their friends through a cooperative game that supports up to four players or they can experience the game in a single player campaign.
Featured games from the past that were made free through the PlayStation Plus service in the past include Remake of Final Fantasy VII in March i Control Ultimate Edition in February.