PS4 Free PS Plus Games For April 2018 Confirmed

Here's what's free in April if you have PlayStation Plus.

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Now Playing: Free PS4/PS3/Vita PlayStation Plus Games For April 2018 Revealed

With April approaching, Sony has announced the lineup of games that PlayStation Plus members will be able to download for free during the month. A total of six games are on the way, split across PS4, PS3, and Vita, and this is the rare month where we won't have to wait too far into the month to begin downloading them.

As is usually the case, PS4 is where the real highlights are. TrackMania Turbo, the high-octane racing game from Ubisoft, will be free during the month; notably, it also includes a nice PSVR mode for those with the necessary hardware. It'll be joined by Mad Max, the video game adaptation of the post-apocalyptic franchise (though it bears no direct ties to the excellent Fury Road).

Also during April, PS3 owners will be able to download In Space We Brawl and Toy Home. Vita owners get 99 Vidas and Q-Bert Rebooted, the latter of which supports Cross-Buy with PS4 and PS3. That means owners of those two consoles will have a total of three free games to claim during April.

All of these will be available for download starting on the first Tuesday of the month, April 3. It's not too late to still download March's excellent free PS Plus games, which include Bloodborne and Ratchet & Clank. Adding these to your library allows you to download and play them for as long as you remain a subscriber, so you should be sure to add them before April's freebies arrive.

April 2018 PlayStation Plus Games

PS4

  • Mad Max
  • TrackMania Turbo
  • Q-Bert Rebooted

PS3

  • In Space We Brawl
  • Toy Home
  • Q-Bert Rebooted

Vita

  • 99 Vidas
  • Q-Bert Rebooted

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