Here are your free PlayStation Plus games for April 2019
Hey look, it’s DongerQuest, I mean Conan Exiles.
This month’s free games with PlayStation Plus are pretty good, although I’m still smarting from the lack of VITA and PS3 games after Sony’s recent change.
First up is the Dark Souls of mecha games, The Surge. This brutal aRPG is everything you’d want from a Souls-like game, with the addition of a robotic exoskeleton, huge robots for you to fight, dismantle, and craft new gear from. Everyone’s first day on a new job is brutal, but yours will be unforgettable. Just remember, everything wants you dead. Everything. The circle of life goes on.
Speaking of the nature of things, you’ll also be able to download the open-world survival game, Conan Exiles. Affectionally known as “DongerQuest” because of an appendage-slider during the character creation tool, you’ll get dropped into Conan’s brutal homeland, with nothing but your bare hands (and other body parts) to bring glory and fame to your clan. Build homes, fortresses and even cities, then wage war on other clans with a huge arsenal of weaponry and even avatars of the gods.
Both games will be available to download from April 2.
Remember, to enjoy these games you’ll need an active PlayStation Plus membership. If your subscription lapses, you will be unable to access the games you’ve downloaded.
RIP VITA, we knew you well
Also, remember that PS3 and PS Vita games won’t be part of the monthly free games line-up anymore.
Any PS3 and PS Vita games you’ve already downloaded, or will download, prior to March 8, 2019, won’t be affected by this change. Those games will still be part of your PS Plus games library as long as you remain a member. Your game saves and other benefits of PS Plus will also remain the same.
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