April PlayStation Plus Lineup Of Free Games Revealed

PlayStation Plus Free Games For May 2019 Revealed (VIDEO)

For the April PlayStation Plus lineup of free games for members, Sony just revealed six awesome titles for gamers to pass the time with. It includes a couple of racing games, a twin stick shooter, and a triple-A title, a brawler, and an arcade title. Compared to the thrilling addition of Bloodborne last month, the selection this time might seem rather docile, but there are a diverse demographic of PS Plus subscribers to please. If action is the name of the game, Sony has players covered with the very first mention, Mad Max. Without further ado, check out the list below:

April PlayStation Plus Line-Up

Mad Max (2015) – PS4

  • Become Mad Max, the lone warrior in a savage post-apocalyptic world where cars are the key to survival. In this action-packed, open world, third person action game, you must fight to stay alive in The Wasteland, using brutal on-ground and vehicular against vicious gangs of bandits. A reluctant hero with an instinct for survival, Max wants nothing more than to leave the madness behind and find solace in the storied “Plains of Silence.”

Trackmania Turbo (2016) – PS4

  • Trackmania offers you the ultimate arcade racing universe where everything is about reaching the perfect racing time. Test your skills in over 200 tracks, experience immediate fun by challenging your friends at home (offline splitscreen) or online.

In Space We Brawl (2015) – PS3

  • In Space We Brawl is a frantic couch twin-stick shooter in which you challenge friends in fast-paced space battles for up to 4 players. Choose a spaceship and a weapon: there are more than 150 available combinations! Will you humiliate your friends with a fast ship? Or will you choose shields and armor instead? Prove your skill with laser cannons and plasma swords, flame launchers, guided missiles…

Toy Home (2007) – PS3

  • Toy Home™ is an exciting toy car racing game where your house becomes the racetrack. Weave between other toys strewn across a bedroom floor, hurtle across kitchen tables, dodge toy soldiers and zoom along model railway tracks in moonlit playrooms. The aim of the game is to collect coins, discover hidden medals and hit every checkpoint before the time runs out – and there are bonus points available for every jump, smash and flip you make. Toy Home is manic, miniature racing fun!

99 Vidas (2016) – PS Vita

  • 99Vidas is a brawler set in a contemporary world, but that pays tribute to both the classic and the new in the gaming industry. Brought to you in 16-bit pixelated glory, chock-full of references to not only gaming but also 80’s and 90’s pop culture. “99Vidas” takes full advantage modern era gameplay mechanics, making it the best of both worlds.

Q*Bert Rebooted (2014) – PS Vita, cross buy with PS3 and PS4

  • Q*bert Rebooted takes the arcade classic and catapults it into the 21st century 3D game play that takes full advantage of today’s technologies yet remains faithful to the original Q*bert. Featuring hexagonal blocks instead of squares, Q*bert Rebooted introduces new enemies, playable characters, power-ups, traps, gem collecting and characters, and new ways to play.

Aside from those six new titles for April PlayStation Plus membership owners, there are a plethora of exclusive discounts and other perks as well. Safe to say, the line-up this month is nothing short of fast-paced fun for the family. Well, for the most part, since Mad Max may not be so family friendly.

What do you think of the selections for the April PlayStation Plus games? Are any of these right up your alley, or could the team have come up with better? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:

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