PS Plus: Announcement of the "free" games for April 2021 tomorrow, PS5 game already known

PS Plus: Announcement of the free games for April 2021 tomorrow, PS5 game already known

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Sony is preparing to announce the "free" games for PS Plus in April 2021. If the publisher does not change anything in the course of the new month, the new plus games will be announced tomorrow, Wednesday, March 31st. As a rule, Sony presents the new PS Plus games on the last Wednesday of the current month. The games will finally be available for download on the first Tuesday of the following month. Accordingly, the PS Plus games for April 2021 would be available from April 6th.

As soon as we have the list of the new "free" games for PS Plus in April 2021, you will find out as usual on our Website. It is best to have a look at our news section, so as not to miss any news. Members of PlayStation Plus can look forward to additional games for PS4 and PS5</a> in the new month, which they can play as part of their membership at no additional cost. The PS5-Spüiel has already been determined: In April, users will have access to the PS5 version of Oddworld: Soulstorm.

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PS Plus April free game rumour includes a surprise Civ 6 PS4 inclusion

A new PS Plus April rumour includes Civ 6

A new PS Plus April rumour includes Civ 6 (Image: SONY)

A surprise addition could be coming to the PS Plus April 2021 free games lineup for PS4 and PS4 console owners.

The good news is that it won’t be long before we find out the official roster, with Sony expected to announce its plans later this week.

This will include whatever games are being offered for free during April 2021 as part of an existing PlayStation Plus subscription.

We already know that Oddworld Soulstorm is part of the deal, following a big announcement from Sony earlier this year.

Not only will PS4 gamers get to play the brand new Abe adventure, but PlayStation 5 console owners will be able to enjoy the next-gen version at no extra charge.

So the big question is, what game will be joining Oddworld: Soulstorm as part of PlayStation Plus’ April lineup?

The most recent rumour includes a surprise inclusion that could prove popular with turn-based strategy games.

Fans have spotted a few interesting things that could point to Civilization 6 as a potential inclusion.

It’s been noted that CIV VI has been listed as a PS Plus title on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

This has been shared online by gamers keeping track of the latest PS Plus news, while others have pointed out that the game is also popping up as unavailable in some regions.

This has in the past indicated that something special is being planned for PlayStation Plus across PS4 and PS5.

So what could spoil all this sleuthing? Well, for one thing, Civilization 6 is currently available to play for free until March 29.

PlayStation look back at every game from the PS4 generation

You need to have a PS Plus subscription, with CIV 6 also available as a free-to-play title on Xbox and Steam.

2K warns that this free test will end at around 7pm GMT on Monday, March 29, across all platform, with the latest announcement adding:

“After each Free Play period ends, a user must buy the game to continue playing. Achievements earned carry over to purchased games.”

While it’s great a chance to play CIV 6 today, it does seem unlikely that Sony would then release it as a free game in April.

There’s a chance that the latest store changes for Civilization 6 are connected to the new free-to-play offer.

Sony will reveal the next batch of PlayStation Plus games at 4.30pm on March 31. The games will be available to download less than a week later, on the morning of April 6.

The new PS Plus free games will replace the existing line-up of Destruction All-Stars and Maquette on PS5, as well as Farpoint on PSVR.

Remnant: From the Ashes and Final Fantasy 7 Remake are the outgoing games on PlayStation 4.

Whatever is announced for April’s PS Plus, we know that the sequel to Oddworld: New 'N' Tasty will be among them.

Oddworld Soulstorm - a 2D platformer that boasts next-gen visuals - continues Abe's story in the second game in a quintology.

“Abe was born in a system that relegated his kind to the bottom of the food chain. He and others quietly slaved away at RuptureFarms, the world’s biggest meat processing plant run by Molluck the Glukkon (part of the Magog Cartel). That changed in an instant after he accidentally overhears a sinister plan to increase profits at RuptureFarms by turning Mudokons into food.

“Oddworld: Soulstorm continues Abe’s evolutionary story. You will learn that revolutions start small, but real and lasting change requires the power of many and the power of hope. And that opposing forces will use every means at their well-funded disposal, from propaganda to brute force, to beat back even the smallest uprising.”

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