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PlayStation Plus April 2021 Games Revealed


PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to grab Days Gone, Oddworld: Soulstorm, and Zombie Army 4: Dead War as part of the April 2021 lineup.

Set after Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty, Oddworld: Soulstorm for the PlayStation 5 tasks Abe with saving the Mudokons by any means necessary. Stealth and puzzle solving are the name of the game, and players will also be able to scavenge goods and craft an arsenal of weaponry.

Days Gone for the PlayStation 4 will transport players to the Pacific Northwest as bounty hunter Deacon St. John. This drifter must contend with the Freakers, unpredictable weather, and terrifying humans.

Also coming out for the PlayStation 4 is Zombie Army 4: Dead War. Designed from the same team behind Sniper Elite 4, this title puts players in 1940s Europe as they fight to save humankind from the undead Armageddon. You can read our review here, which we gave a score of 80/100.

Learn more with the following PlayStation Access trailer:

PlayStation Plus Monthly Games – PS4 and PS5 – April 2021

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