PS Plus April 2022 games have been unlocked and are available to download now on PS4 and PS5 consoles. Three “free games” await you in the new month.
As a look at the PlayStation Store makes clear, PS Plus games for April 2022 can now be packed into the library and downloaded to the PS4 or PS5 depending on compatibility.
Three games await you in the new month, with Spongebob Squarepants: Battle For Bikini Bottom – Surprisingly already rehydrated unlocked in the last week was – if only for a short time. New additions today are Hood: Outlaws & Legends for PS5 and Slay the Spire for PS4. Below is the overview:
PS Plus in April 2022
Hood: Outlaws and Legends (PS4, PS5)
Kill the Needle (PS4)
Spongebob Squarepants: Battle For Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated (PS4)
Once you’ve added the games to your library, you can use them forever, but you’ll always need a valid PlayStation Plus membership to get started. Most PlayStation gamers should have them anyway. Sony spoke last 48 million subscribers.
PlayStation Plus costs 59.99 euros per year. For this price, you can also get into the recently announced three-tier PS Plus program after the change. However, you only get the minimum offer for this money, which corresponds to the previous PlayStation Plus. Details of the next steps you can take a look here.
PlayStation Plus in May 2022
The new model of PS Plus will be presented in the first regions from June this year. Before that, another month of PlayStation Plus with new “free games” awaits you.
Although April has only just begun, the PS Plus dates for May 2022 can already be predicted. Because the games are usually activated on the first Tuesday of the month and announced on Wednesday of the previous week.
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Based on that, the May 2022 PS Plus games should be announced on April 27, 2022, likely between 5pm and 6pm The rollout is expected to take place shortly before noon on May 3, 2022. . More PS Plus news we have ready in the linked topic overview.
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