PlayStation Plus Free Games For April: Find Out What Games Are Available

Mar 30, 2017 09:30 AM EDT | Yen Palec

Sony recently confirmed the official list of games that will be included in the April 2017 edition of PlayStation Plus. All the games will be available for the month of April to PlayStation Plus subscribers, and as usual, the list includes a nice combination popular and under-the-radar titles.

Drawn to Death (PS4). This is a PlayStation 4 exclusive which will be officially released on April 4, according to Daily Star. What is interesting about this game is that it is designed by David Jaffe, the genius behind the "God of War" and "Twisted Metal" series. "Drawn to Death" is a third-person shooter combined with elements of brawler arena multiplayer.

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime(PS4). This game was originally released in September 2015 for platforms including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows. Developed by Asteroid Base, the game can be played alone or with up to four players. Players are required to pilot a ship which has stations located insides. According to Rock Paper Shotgun, each of these stations controls a different aspect of the ship like an engine, weapons, and shield.

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PS3). This game was released in 2013. Jointly created by Magenta Software and Novarama, the game is a platformer that requires players to transform the different types of characters in order to complete the puzzles and missions.

10 Second Ninja (PS Vita). This game is a high-octane sides-scroller. As the title implies, the game requires players to control a ninja and complete various stages in just 10 seconds. The game is surprisingly addictive and has been received positively by critics.

Curses 'n Chaos (PS Vita). This title is a 2D arena-brawler game. It is a wave-based game where players are tasked of brawling their way through waves and hordes of enemies. The game can be played solo, and it also has a multiplayer mode.

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