PS Plus April Free Games Are Out
Drawn to Death and Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time make up the free April PS Plus games.
Drawn to Death is David Jaffe’s latest game for Sony. David Jaffe was one of the masterminds behind the Twisted Metal series. Drawn to Death is an arena brawler/shooter. It’s an online multiplayer game that takes place in the world of a high school student’s notebook filled with crazy sketches.
Lovers in a Dangerous Space Time is a 2D couch co-op game that tasks players with working together to navigate and defend a spaceship. Considering the name and the type of game it is, perhaps playing this game with your significant other is the idea. Or, if you’re forever alone, much like having a pet companion in real-life, you can have an AI pet man the turrets and help in the spaceship.
Persona 5 is the PS Store’s Featured game this week which is fitting since it just released in North America.
Persona 5 is an RPG about a young man in high school that moonlights as a thief at night with his friends. They aren’t the type of thieves that steal your PlayStation at night, but mystical thieves that go after criminals. You will enter the worlds created by the hearts of corrupt adults and steal the object of their distorted desires, according to the PS Store description. It’s an RPG that focuses on cultivating relationships and exploring an in-depth city with plenty of distractions.
The anime and cel-shaded graphics look great, and the game has gotten some stellar reviews, such as 94 out of 100 from Metacritics.
The Grand Theft Auto PS4 titles are on sale this week with up to 55% off on some games.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is $29.99, and several Shark cards are on sale.
The remastered Grand Theft Auto Trilogy is also on sale.
Lots of New Games
Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition (4/7/17) – You can still get this game at the pre-order price of $50.99. Bulletstorm releases this Friday.
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars Ultimate Edition – $29.99
Blackwood Crossing – $15.99
Lego City Undercover – $59.99
Mortal Blitz – $19.99
Mr. Massagy – $3.99
PaRappa The Rapper Remastered – $14.99
Persona 5 – $59.99
Plutobi: The Dwarf Planet Tales – $14.99
Use Your Words – $14.99
Virry VR – $9.99
APB Reloaded – Free-to-Play
Deer Simulator – $11.99
Punch Club – $9.99
SkyKeepers – $14.99
The Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe Edition is $99.99 and is billed as the “Ultimate Destiny 2 Experience.” It includes the game, plus the expansions pass, and premium digital content.
The full game plus the expansion pass without the premium digital content is $89.99.
Destiny 2 itself is $59.99. All pre-orders come with access to the beta.
Add-Ons and DLC
This week features lots of pay-to-win content and in-game currencies from Drawn to Death, World of Tanks, War Thunder, Skyforge, Let it Die, and APB Reloaded.
Titanfall 2 has several new cosmetic items on the store this week. You can buy the whole Colony Reborn pack for $24.99 or buy each skin individually. Titanfall 2 is not a pay-to-win game, and everything you can buy is purely cosmetic.
Ride 2 has introduced the Collector Bikes Pack for $5.99.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands has new missions available with the Peruvian Connection Pack for $4.99.
Rocket League has teamed up with The Fate of the Furious and Dodge to bring us Dom’s Ice Charger. The new car will set you back $1.99. Psyonix Developers have said the Ice Charger shares the same hitbox as the Dominus – a popular car for aerials.
Speaking of Fast and Furious. There is a Fast and Furious movie sale on the PS store. You can buy all seven movies for $34.99. All individual titles start at $2.99 except Tokyo Drift which starts at $8.99.
Sonic Mania Delayed
Sonic Mania was slated to release this Spring but has been delayed until the Summer. They did release a new gameplay featuring a new level. This is still one of my most anticipated games, and I’ve waited this long for a proper Sonic title, I can wait a little longer.
The Witcher 4
Some Witcher 4 rumors sprung up around the internet recently and were clarified by CD Projekt Red CEO Adam Kicinski, in an interview with the Polish Press, stated: “The franchise will be continued.” Fire up the rumor mill; the next Witcher could be anything.