PlayStation Plus subscribers will complete the daunting task in April, as this month’s free game lineup brings two zombie survival shooters and an otherworldly platform game. Starting from April 6, Days Gone, Zombie Army 4: Dead War and Oddworld: Soulstorm will be available to PS Plus subscribers for free. The first two games will only be available for PlayStation 4 users, while Oddworld: Soulstorm will be exclusively available for PlayStation 5. . Subscribers still won’t be able to get March’s free game-Final Fantasy VII Remake, Maquette and Remnant: From the Ashes until April 5th.

Sony revealed the free PS4 and PS5 games on its PlayStation Blog and announced that the game will be available for download from April 6th to May 3rd. PS5 users must download the arena-based car battle game Destruction AllStars before April 5. Since February, it can be used for free for gamers on next-generation game consoles.

Heaven is gone

PlayStation 4 exclusive “Days Gone” (review) takes players to the illegally resold Deacon St. John’s shoes (and modified motorcycles), Deacon St. John looks to find his wife Sarah as a zombie crowd. Kind of creatures (called Freakers) caused severe damage in the post-apocalyptic world. Although this story has received a lot of criticism, “Days Gone” has left a deep impression on critics and gamers with its tense gameplay and gorgeous visual effects. Whenever Deacon conquered Hordes (including groups of Freakers) (between 50 and 500), the highest point of the game was reached. Conquering Hordes is not easy. You need to constantly craft weapons and special ammunition, traverse obstacles, and figure out how to best use limited resources-at the same time, hundreds of Freakers threaten you, just like Brad Pitt Star Zombies in the world are like War Z. This is not for the faint-hearted.

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If you have not subscribed to PS Plus, you can buy Days Gone at a price of Rs. 3,999 / $39.99.

Zombie Army 4: Dead Fight

If Days Gone brings you sleepless nights, then Zombie Army 4: Dead War may be the perfect retreat you need. Zombie Army 4: Dead War is designed to enjoy the best entertainment with your friends. It is a third-person shooter game that allows you to command a zombie army led by Adolf Hitler himself. Despite the single-player option, this campaign plays best in multiplayer games. Since this epidemic won’t subside anytime soon, there is no better way to spend a night than destroying Hitler and his zombies with your online friends.

You can buy Zombie Army 4: Dead War at the price of Rs. 2,999 / $49.99.

Fantasy World: Soul Storm

PS5 game players scheduled to be released worldwide on April 6th will have free access to the platform game on the release date itself. Reproduce the 1998 classic game “Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus, Oddworld: Soulstorm” is a 2.5D (or pseudo 3D) side scroll wheel, surrounding a weird creature named Abe, he must remove his even stranger Mudokan friends from slave labor Rescued. The fictional realm of a fantasy world. The single player campaign promises challenging levels and fascinating stories.

In addition to the free PS Plus games, PlayStation users can also use 10 games for free, which is part of Sony’s Play At Home program until April 22. From April 19 to May 14, the highly acclaimed action-adventure RPG Horizon Zero will also provide “Dawn (Review)” for free.

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As always, after adding the game to the media library, you need to have a valid PlayStation Plus subscription to continue accessing the game. The price of a PlayStation Plus subscription in India is Rs. 499 rupees. 1,199 months, three months, Rs. 2,999 for a 12-month period.

What do you think of the free PS Plus games this month? Let us know on our dedicated gaming community forum, where you can connect with other gamers, seek tips and guidelines, or just yell at any annoying games or features you encounter.

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