PS Plus' March titles included two epic games; Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces.
But finally, PS Plus' April Games have been released!
However, the games won’t be available to download until Tuesday 7 April.
Continue below for all the details on the free April PS4 games, but you should also the PS Store’s Spring Sale for some amazing deals!
Now, although the leak caught us off guard last week, it contained two games that we were pretty chuffed with.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Uncharted 4 is widely considered to be of the greatest exclusive titles out there, and now PS Plus users will be able to enjoy it for the whole of April.
WHAT A DRAG: Uncharted 4 throws you in at the deep end in this iconic chase
The final chapter of the acclaimed Nathan Drake series is easily the best in the series, and features one of the best motorbike races in recent gaming history.
Dirt Rally 2.0
Stunning visuals and a steep learning curve make this off-track racer a real challenge.
Then again, this is the perfect challenge for those who are having to self isolate for the foreseeable future.
The stunning graphics and unique mechanics make it easily worth a download.
Now, some impressive deals have already gone live across European territories, while US members will have to wait until 8am PT.
DAYS GONE: PlayStation gamers will have the entirety of the month to decide which games they want to pick up
Death Stranding is currently sitting at half price at £34.99, and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is on sale for £39.99.
Journey to the Savage Planet, which only released a few months ago, has already been slashed to the price of £14.99.
April 2020 Predictions
We failed to guess the PS4 free games for March, but that won’t stop us from wrongly predicting PS Plus’ free games for the rest of the year!
Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection
Considered by many Assassin’s Creed fans as the best collection, the Ezio Collection would be an entry that single-handedly makes up for last month’s free games.
VENGEANCE: Avenge Ezio’s family across three different games from the series, taking players through renaissance-era Europe
The Ezio Collection includes the acclaimed single-player campaigns from Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood and Revelations.
In this collection, players will learn the way of the Assassins, getting vengeance for the betrayal of their family in settings ranging from 15th-century Renaissance Italy to 16th-century Constantinople.
Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn is the hunter-gatherer game that could be compared to Far Cry and Tomb Raider, but it does enough to set itself apart from these games.
HUSH: You’ll have to rely on your stealth to get through the storyline in one piece
You’ll follow Aloy on his adventure in a world overrun by machines, using his spear, stealth and a host of ranged weapons to survive.
The game was widely praised by critics for its glorious graphics, open-world exploration and incredible story, so it would be a massive treat if it landed on PS Plus’ April games list.