PlayStation Plus April 2020 Free Games Are For the Adventurous

Published: March 24, 2020 2:03 PM /


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Information on the PlayStation Plus April 2020 free games has released a bit early — Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and DiRT Rally 2.0 are what PS Plus members will be able to grab gratis starting next month.

The trailer for this month's games appears to have released a bit early as noted by Nibel and Wario64 on Twitter. It's private at the time of writing, but it wasn't pulled down before they could grab the critical information out of it. Here are the games that PS Plus members can grab for free in April 2020!

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End

Taking place well before the first Uncharted game, Nathan and Sam Drake are hunting for yet another famous treasure. Things go a bit sideways, and the story shifts forward 15 years to a time when Nathan Drake has long retired. Odds are, though, that that isn't the end of his treasure-hunting adventures!

DiRT 2.0

The DiRT series is well known for rallying, and this release is relatively new for the franchise. Enjoy all sorts of different kinds of rally racing with realistic weather on paved roads and treacherous gravel tracks alike!

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When Can You Get the PlayStation Plus April 2020 Free Games?

As always, you'll be able to grab the PlayStation Plus April 2020 free games on the PlayStation Store once they're made available. However, you're also going to need an active membership to PS Plus in order to grab them!

If you're stuck at home looking for something to do — aren't we all? — then you can sign up for a 14-day free trial of PS Plus at the PlayStation Store.

What do you think of the PlayStation Plus April 2020 free games? What's your favorite game in the Uncharted franchise? Let us know in the comments below!

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