Friday , April 16 2021

‘Dais Gone’ and ‘Oddworld: Soulstorm’ lead the April PS Plus games



Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) revealed the free games coming to PlayStation Plus in April 2021.

The announcement was published on the official PlayStation blog on March 31. Free PlayStation Plus services this month include two PS4 games and one PS5 title.

The games are The days are over (PS4), Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PS4) i Oddworld: Soulstorm (PS5). As announced, all three games will be available for free download from April 6 to May 3.

Strange World: Soulstorm is an upcoming platform that will be announced on April 6th. It will be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers on the PS5 on the same day. Game – latest in Oddworld saga – follows a random hero who became the leader of the Abe revolution as he sets out to save his fellow Mudocons.

In addition to the regular platform and transition, Soulstorm will allow players to solve through puzzles with the help of rescued Mudocons. The game will also use the PS5 DualSense controller’s haptic feedback, through which players will be able to feel Abe’s heartbeat during exciting encounters.

Available on the PS4 in April – and on the PS5 via backward compatibility – are zombie survival and horror games The days are over, and a zombie shooter Zombie Army 4: Dead War.

The days are over, first released as PlayStation exclusively in April 2019, follows the story of a wanderer and bounty hunter, Deacon St. John, as he tries to survive through a zombie apocalypse by discovering that his presumed dead wife may still be alive as he dares to find her.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War he sees the occult as he raises the Nazi army from the dead to wreak havoc on the planet. Players will team up with their friends through a joint game that supports up to four players, or they can experience the game in a single player campaign.

Past notable games that were free in the past via PlayStation Plus are also included Final Fantasy VII Remake March and Control Ultimate Edition in February.




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