PS Plus April 2022 FREE PS4, PS5 Games – MLB 22, Outriders and Sackboy will join next month | Games | Entertainment

Sony is gearing up to announce free PS Plus games for April 2022. The next batch of free PlayStation Plus PS4 and PS5 games will be revealed at 4.30pm UK time on March 30. The games will be available for download less than a week later. April 5. Ahead of the big reveal, Express Online has put together a selection of PS Plus predictions for April 2022. Will any of the following games make an appearance next month. Keep checking to find out.

First-party games are also a solid choice for PS Plus, although Sony is starting to run out of exclusives.

One game that could appear in April is Sackboy: A Big Adventure, available on PS4 and PS5.

Other possible first-party games that could join the lineup include Everybody’s Golf, Gravity Rush Remastered, or maybe even The Last of Us Part 2.

Some fans have pointed out that MLB: The Show 22 will launch on the same day as the PS Plus update, suggesting it could join the lineup. Although it seems unlikely, a previous game in the series was featured on PS Plus, so you never know.

As for third-party games, previous predictions have Outriders debuting on PS Plus in April.

This is in addition to games like Firewatch, BioMutant, Watch Dogs Legion and The Forest.

April’s PS Plus games will replace the current lineup of Sonic Team Racing, Ghost of Tsushima Legends, Ark Survival Evolved, and the excellent Ghostrunner.

“Ghostrunner is a lightning-fast action-packed hardcore FPP slasher set in a dark, cyberpunk megastructure,” reads the official description.

“Climb Dharma Tower, humanity’s last refuge after a world-ending cataclysm. Climb from the bottom up, face the tyrannical Keymaster, and take your revenge.

“The streets of this tower city are filled with violence. Mara the Keymaster rules with an iron fist and little regard for human life.”

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