PlayStation Plus free games for April 2022 announced

PlayStation Plus’ free games for April 2022 have been officially announced following the news of the upcoming service renovation this summer.

From April 5, subscribers will be able to get their hands on three games at no extra cost, one of which has a native PS5 version.

The headline game is Hood: Outlaws & Legends, a multiplayer game based on characters from Robin Hood. Instead of violence being in the foreground, the goal of the game here is stealth, where players must be sneaky to grab as much gold as possible.

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Going from one iconic character to another is the next game SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydred. A 3D collectathon platformer from the PS2 and GameCube generation that has retained a beloved fan base over the years, especially in the speedrunning community, brought back to the PS4.

This version is remastered with brand new images instead of just being a simple resolution boost job. Some clipped content has also been restored.

The last game is Kill the Sprout, a rogue (procedurally generated) adventure. The twist here is that gameplay involves different trading cards, which requires you to think strategically to defeat your enemies.

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Once claimed, these games can be played as long as you are an active subscriber, so if you let your subscription expire and restart it later, you will have access again.

Earlier this week, it was announced that PlayStation Now will be folded in PS Plus this summer, making it a multi-level subscription service.

The ‘Essential’ foundation remains exactly the same as Plus is now, at the same price with at least three free games each month.

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