More games coming soon to subscribers!
The month of March is drawing to a close, and as a result, PlayStation users were increasingly eager to know what April would bring. This wait for information on the next titles subscribers will receive via PS Plus ended today, when the answer to that question came through the official announcement made on the PlayStation blog, revealing that next month’s games will be Days Gone, Oddworld: Soulstorm and Zombie. Army 4: Dead War, which will be available for download from April 6.
In Days Gone, an action, adventure and survival game, you will be the bounty hunter Deacon St. John, in a post-apocalyptic world where survival is the law. Leading a dangerous life while traveling on your motorbike on the road, you will encounter threats ranging from hordes of zombies to humans themselves, besides dealing with unpredictable weather and surprises that different times of the day will bring. Using strategy and customizing your gear, your goal will be to survive this ruthless open world.
Check out the trailer here:
Oddworld: Soul Storm
In Oddworld: Soulstorm, we see Abe returning in an action-adventure platformer that follows the events of Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty and seeks to reinvent the 1998 title, Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus. Become a hero and a symbol of hope, the protagonist must help the other Mudokons by all means to do so. Throughout the game you will be able to recruit followers, use stealth and solve puzzles to get what you need and free your friends, in a story that shows that the power of many is needed to solve the problems that individuals alone can not solve.
The game will only be available on PlayStation 5.
See the trailer below:
Zombie Army 4: Dead War
Sequel to the Zombie Army trilogy, Zombie Army 4: Dead War brings back the Nazi zombie hordes in yet another terrifying third-person shooter, made by the creators of Sniper Elite 4. The game is set in 1946, just after the defeat. Hitler, in a European version where you will have to fight to save humanity from the apocalypse using epic weapons and facing terrible enemies, while exploring huge levels.
The game campaign is available from 1 to 4 players, with multiplayer modes requiring an internet connection and a PlayStation Plus subscription.
Watch the trailer here:
Be sure to check out our list of 5 exclusive games coming to PlayStation 5 in the coming months: