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PlayStation Plus April free game confirmed

PlayStation Plus April free game confirmed

The first free PlayStation Plus game for April has already been revealed and it's a day one release.

We’re still awaiting news on March’s extra and premium tier PS Plus drop - with an update due tomorrow - but PlayStation are seemingly speeding ahead to April, announcing the addition of a very exciting day one release to the essential tier catalogue.

Let's rewind a second. In case you missed it, all PlayStation Plus subscribers can currently get their hands on Battlefield 2042, Minecraft Dungeons and Code Vein - which many are declaring to be a pretty lacklustre line-up, particularly given Battlefield 2042’s buggy reputation. Thanks to last month’s State of Play, we know that extra and premium tier subscribers will soon gain access to Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction and day one release Tchia. While the remainder of that line-up should be completed tomorrow, Sony have announced the first of April’s titles.

Speaking of day one release Tchia, check out the trailer below. The game is available for download from 21 March.

PlayStation have confirmed that Meet Your Maker will be a day one release available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers from 4 April. Created by Behaviour Interactive, Meet Your Maker is a post-apocalyptic first-person building and raiding game. The unique spin though is that every level is designed by players, for players. Intriguing.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, Behaviour Interactive’s lead content strategist Justin Fragapane wrote, “This is a twisted playground where anyone can unleash their creativity, building and challenging each other with levels we could never have conceived. After the incredible showcase of imagination and skill we’ve seen from our playtesters, we’re beyond excited to see what the rest of the world can do.”

We should expect the remainder of April’s essential tier line-up in a couple of weeks time, but this is a nice exciting start.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus