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April 2018 PS Plus Free Games Predictions

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April 2018 PS Plus Free Games Predictions

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THE BIG GAME

PS PLUS FREE GAMES FOR APRIL 2018

Every month, those who are subscribed to Sony’s PlayStation Plus service that grants access to online multiplayer are also gifted a few free games every month, and usually one larger AAA title is the headliner to get PlayStation owners excited about the service.

These last few months Sony has kinda been killing it, as just this month in March two PS4 exclusives and popular games Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank were included, in February Knack and Rime were offered free, and a few months back in October 2017 the huge AAA 2015 title Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain came to players as well.

Next month, we believe God of War 3 Remastered will be the shining jewel in the crown of PS Plus April 2018 for a few different reasons. Firstly, with the release of God of War 4 arriving next month on April 20, offering those new to the series a chance to play an earlier entry before picking up the latest entry would be a smart move by Sony.

Secondly, God of War 3 Remastered has already been offered on PS Plus in Asia from Jan. 26 – Feb. 8 earlier in the year. When a title has already been offered on PS Plus in other regions, it usually means to not too far off from releasing in NA/EU sometime soon as well. Take Ratchet & Clank for example, which was on Asia’s PS Plus list in January 2018 and it only took a month for it to come to NA after that.

Finally, the God of War series is a PlayStation exclusive series, and we all know how much Sony love to include PS4 exclusives in their line-ups.

Check out page two where we look at a couple indies and VR games that could make the list next month as well.

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Video games are a true unification of art and technology, and I'm amped to be able to write about them. Lover of all things Nintendo, obsessed with narrative driven games, and hopes the couch co-op genre makes a return soon. BA/BJ/MJ from University of King's College, NS, Canada.

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