VIDEO The April 2017 PlayStation Plus free games are now live in Update: North America and Europe.
With tomorrow being the first Tuesday of the month, now’s your last chance to grab the March 2017 PlayStation Plus free games before they leave the Instant Game Collection. Here’s the PS+ titles expiring tomorrow, April 4, which you can still grab through the PlayStation Store in Original Story: North America or Europe:
Disc Jam (PS4)
Tearaway Unfolded (PS4)
Lumo (PS4, PS Vita)
Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3)
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3)
Severed (PS Vita)
And here’s what’s being added to the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection on April 4, complete with each game’s download size (according to the PlayStation Store), which doesn’t include the size of post-launch updates:
As usual, the games should rotate out early in the morning in Europe, and around 8am PT/11am ET in North America.
Today’s also the last chance for PlayStation Plus members to pre-order
and save 20% off the regular price. PaRappa the Rapper Remastered
Which April PS+ title will you play first?
10 2016 PS4 Games You Overlooked
2016 PS4 Games You Overlooked
Action Henk takes the time trial fun of Trials, but replaces motorcycles with an out-of-shape action hero. Perfect for speedrunners, this platformer's addictive nature will have players repeatedly playing stages in order to shave precious seconds off of their time. It's a blast, and really opens up once the grappling hook is introduced.
Assault Android Cactus
This year's best twin-stick shooter wasn't a hyped release like
Alienation, as indie standout stole the show. This highly challenging title features co-op fun, and is best played with friends, but can also be completed solo. A colorful cast of characters, each with their own abilities, helps the game stay fresh from beginning to end. Assault Android Cactus
Carnival Games VR
It's easy to dismiss
. After all, the series didn't have a great reputation on the Wii, but it delivers good fun on PlayStation VR. It doesn't provide a ton of depth as it instead opts to provide plenty of light-hearted fun, but sometimes that is exactly what is needed. Carnival Games VR
Role-playing games are looking to shine in 2017, but 2016 had quite a few good ones as well. One of which was Monochrome Corporation's
, a turn-based title where positioning is key.It also has a unique focus on multiplayer, which is rarely explored in the genre. It's also available on Vita, if you prefer to play on the go. Grand Kingdom
Night School Studio's
was one of the year's best surprises. Composed of former Telltale staff, the studio managed to implement some of the most impressive interactive dialogue that has been seen in gaming. Oxenfree Oxenfree isn't just a technical feat, though, as it also tells a spooky story that will leave you thinking after the credits roll.
Salt and Sanctuary
Dark Souls III didn't leave you fully satisfied, then you should give Ska Studios' a try. This 2D take on FromSoftware's Salt and Sanctuary Souls series provides a highly rewarding experience. It even features local multiplayer, in case you want to go on a journey with a friend.
Soft Body is one of the coolest games released in 2016. The inventive action game has the player controlling two characters at once (a ghost and soft body). The game starts off simple, but after a few levels the game's iterative design starts to shine. Mechanics build upon each other, and it becomes a highly difficult & beautiful game. It's a must-play for people looking for something new or are fans of bullet hell titles.
is basically Yahtzee set in space, except a bad dice roll might result in the deaths of your entire spaceship crew. This game is all about management and making difficult decisions, as players have to manage stress levels after a ship gets critically damaged. Only talented players will be able to survive, and the game deals with some brilliant themes. Tharsis
Canadian developer Blue Isle Studios has improved a lot since they released
Slender: The Arrival. Their second major release, , is a first-person adventure game that has players using a "L.E.A.F. suit" to jump through the air. It looks gorgeous, and has an interesting story to discover. Valley
Videoball is a game filled with much more depth than immediately meets the eye. Underneath its minimalistic aesthetic hides a highly complex, yet easy to pick-up, competitive multiplayer title. A mixture between air hockey and soccer, the game is some of the best fun players can have with friends, both online or locally.