PS Plus Titles for April Include Conan Exiles and The Surge

PS Plus Titles April

Sony has released the PS Plus titles coming in the month of April which include Conan Exiles and The Surge. The list seems to be very small this month because Sony has removed PS3 and PS Vita titles from PS Plus and now we only get two titles each month.

The first game we have is Conan Exiles which is an open-world survival game set in the world of Conan the Barbarian. It was released back in 2018 and received decent scores. It is not the best open-world games out there and also not the worst one however it offers some pretty unique moments and can keep you occupied for quite some time.

You can create your character and can explore the very big land called The Exiled Lands however more biomes were added to the game in later updates. One good thing about this title is that the developers are still updating the game and new content is being made for the game and released in the form of free updates.

The second title coming next month is The Surge which is a science fiction action role-playing title which was released back in 2017. It was released by the same developers who made Lords of the Fallen and it was a decent RPG title. The Surge is also considered a spiritual successor of Lords of the Fallen which means that both titles share some mechanics with each other.

Despite sharing mechanics, The Surge is set is a futuristic world where players play as Warren who is inside a robotic rig and must explore the entire complex after waking up from a failed surgery process. He has to find what exactly happened to the facility leading to its ruin. It will surely keep you busy if you like futuristic RPGs.

Check out the reveal trailer below.

Both titles will be available to all PS Plus membership subscribers for free and it will be theirs to keep until they remain a member of the service. Earlier we had much more choice of video games every month so if players did not like the PS4 titles, they went for the PS3 or PS Vita titles. Now we only get two games and the price for the service is still the same which feels very weird and a huge drop in value.

Both titles will be available for all PS Plus subscribers for nearly a month before they are replaced so make sure to add them to your library next month if you are interested in playing them.

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Founder of GamesHedge, Umair enjoys a wide variety of video games ranging from RPGs to racing games. Currently busy with The Crew Motorfest and Kingdom Rush 5: Alliance.

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