PS Plus April Games: The PS4 Free Games Could Be Revealed Sooner

We all know the PS Plus free games are usually announced only with a few days before they’re added to the list in the store, but this month we could find out sooner since Sony will hold a live stream called “State of Play.”

We’ll talk more about “State of Play,” what it will bring, and when it will go live, but first let’s see the PS4 games that will be added to the PS Plus list of free games in April.

Even though the games were scheduled for 27 March to be announced, we might hear about them during “State of Play.” But if Sony won’t reveal them in the live stream, fans around the world already made some predictions on Reddit. Here are the popular games that might appear in April as freebies:

What Remains of Edith Finch – it’s already free on the Epic Store.

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

The Order: 1886

Gran Turismo Sport – Usually, Sony includes a multiplayer title almost every month, so this title would make sense.

Alternatively, we might see Tekken 7 and Mortal Kombat X.

Others noted that we might see a Ubisoft title – like Far Cry 4, Far Cry Primal or Watch Dogs.

And finally, we might get Nioh, No Man’s Sky and Titanfall 2.

Sony “State of Play” – Game Announcements, Trailers and More

According to Sony, we should expect from the event that will take place on 25 March 2 p.m. PDT (9 PM GMT/10 PM CET / 5 PM ET) the following things: “new trailers, new game announcements and new gameplay footage.”

However, “State of Play” live stream will not be only a one-time event, but it will return this year with more news. Considering Sony won’t be at E3, this is one way to keep in touch with the players. When they announced the event, a Sony representative talked about the live stream being a way to explore “new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019.”

It’s great to hear more things about Sony and their plans for the future, considering Microsoft has the live show Inside Xbox and Nintendo has their Nintendo Direct presentations. You can see “State of Play” on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook.

Check back here for more coverage of the announcements in the show.

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