• This month' PS Plus lineup features "Oddworld: Soulstorm," "Days Gone" and "Zombie Army 4"
  • It's PS Plus' fourth consecutive month this year to feature at least one AAA game
  • "Oddworld: Soulstorm" is limited to PS5 users only

The latest lineup of free PS Plus games for April has been revealed, and it’s as stellar as some fans predicted it to be.

This month, PlayStation Plus will feature “Days Gone” and “Zombie Army 4: Dead War” for PS4 players alongside the previously announced “Oddworld: Soulstorm” for PS5.  

PlayStation has once again included AAA titles to its premium subscription service, making April the fourth consecutive month this year to receive at least one big title on its free games list. Here’s an overview of this month’s offers.

PS Plus monthly free games for April PS Plus monthly free games for April. Photo: PS Blog

“Oddworld: Soulstorm”

This game is a 2.5D action adventure platformer that follows the story of Abe, a Mudokon slave, as he tries to save his people from the clutches of a mega-corporation that wants to turn them into tasty treats. Players will get to solve puzzles, use stealth and craft a variety of weapons to help Abe spark a revolution against their corporate masters.

“Oddworld: Soulstorm” is a direct sequel to 2014’s “Oddworld: New ‘n Tasty” as well as a re-imagining of the original “Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus.” The game will feature vastly improved graphics, intelligent design and stunning cinematic direction.

“Days Gone”

Explore the ruined countryside of the Pacific Northwest as Deacon St. John while avoiding hostile humans and the ravenous hordes of Freakers in “Days Gone,” a third-person action survival game that offers a fresh perspective on the zombie apocalypse genre.

Cruise through the open roads with Deacon’s personal motorcycle and use custom weapons, craft traps and formulate strategies on how to avoid or eliminate massive hordes of zombies.

“Zombie Army 4: Dead War”

The fourth installment in the “Zombie Army” series once again pits 1-4 players against legions of undead Nazis set in a dark and twisted campaign in the 1940s Italy and beyond. “Dead War” features extensive customization options, including different perks, weapons, upgrades, attachments and cosmetics.

The game features the same ballistics system found in “Sniper Elite 4” that accurately simulates windage and bullet drop, giving players an immersive sniper experience. However, players will also be able to use a wide arsenal of WW2 weapons including SMGs, shotguns, pistols and heavy weaponry.