Uncharted 4 and Dirt Rally 2.0 might be released as PlayStation Plus games for the following month of April, according to a claim. We emphasize on ‘might’ because the PS Access video noting the PlayStation Plus titles for April is not available anymore, and we also did not get to see it.
April’s PS Plus games seem to have been leaked before the official announcement, because PlayStation Access allegedly published a video earlier today, in which it mentioned the PS Plus titles for the next month, namely Uncharted 4 and Dirt Rally 2.0.
Apparently, someone on the team messed with the ‘Publish’ button a bit earlier on the YouTube channel because the video has been listed as private after news broke. The footage was initially uploaded as unlisted, as per Resetera, which found the information on Reddit.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Dirt Rally 2.0
It now looks like those titles might be the two free games on PlayStation 4 for April. New roll-outs take place on the first Tuesday of the month, so the titles should probably go live starting with April 7th.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is one of the greatest games currently on the market and an absolute hit for the PlayStation Plus users. The last chapter of the famous Nathan Drake franchise is definitely the best and packs one of the most amazing car chases you can find in the recent gaming history. Well, it’s on a motorbike, but you get it.
Dirt Rally 2.0 comes with outstanding visuals, and a high learning curve makes this game a real challenge. This title is worth downloading as it is perfect for those who are now quarantined or in self-isolation.
We will know for sure if these two games are actually the free ones wither in the following few days or next week.
For now, Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces are the two free titles available on the PS Plus for March.
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