PS Plus Games For April 2019 Revealed
Sony has announced the free games coming in April for all PS Plus subscribers! For the month of April starting on the 2nd all PS Plus Subscribers will get access to Conan Exiles and The Surge. The Surge was faced with a little more criticism but still found to be a good game in the end!
Conan Exiles is an open-world survival game set in the brutal lands of Conan the Barbarian. Survive in a savage world, build your kingdom, and dominate your enemies in brutal combat and epic warfare.
Start with nothing but your bare hands and forge the legacy of your clan, building anything a small home to gigantic fortresses and entire cities. Wage war using swords, bows, siege weapons, and even take control of giant avatars of the gods and lay waste to enemy cities.
Explore a vast, seamless world full of challenge and opportunity. Hunt animals for resources, slay monsters for treasure, and delve deep underground to discover the secrets of ancient civilizations.
Conan Exiles can be experienced in both local single-player and in persistent online multiplayer.
Welcome to CREO, the megacorporation saving our world! A catastrophic event has knocked you out during the first day on the job… you wake up equipped with a heavy-grade exoskeleton, in a destroyed section of the complex. Robots gone haywire, insane augmented co-workers and rogue AI – everything wants you dead.
Defy deadly enemies and huge bosses in tight, visceral melee combat. Target and slice specific limbs off your foes, with a next-gen loot system where you loot what you dismember! Equip, upgrade and craft new weapons and armors sliced from enemies, and make yourself stronger through a fresh take on leveling-up.
There is nothing special for me this month but I am sure many sandbox game fans will be happy to add Conan to their collections other than that there is not much special going on in this lineup of games! I had hoped that after Sony announced it was ending Free games on the PS3 and Vita they will add more games to PS4 line-up to help make up the difference in value the service used to provide but I don’t see that happening.