This moment is the one that the PlayStation Plus members are waiting for. The free games for the subscribers for April 2017 have been confirmed and the list includes "Drawn To Death" and "Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime."
According to Polygon, Sony already revealed the April's PlayStation Plus lineup and it was known for video game enthusiasts that David Jaffe's "Drawn to Death" will be included for in the roster. Nevertheless, the press release also added "Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime" as well which can be accessed in PlayStation 3 and cross-buy titles on the PS Vita.
The "Drawn to Death" will be launched on April 4 and is tagged at $19.99 but then, the current PlayStation Plus members can obtain this video game for free f on PS4. Also, they will be able to keep it in their collection but they have to make sure that their membership stays current. This video game is a third-person arena shooter with a unique art style which is projected to look like the sketches of that one strange kid who never paid attention in middle school. Conversely, that kid also transpired to be an amazing artist.
PlayStation Plus members owning a PlayStation 4 could also get "Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime." This has been a finalist at the Independent Games Festival way back 2013. It is a one- to a four-player complaisant game which tasks the players of steering a huge ship together while fighting against inconceivable probabilities.
Furthermore, IGN has noted that the other games that are free for PlayStation Plus members are "10 Second Ninja" and "Curses 'n Chaos" both will be accessible free of charge for PS Vita, as well as PS4 through crossbuy. For the PlayStation 3 games; it encompasses the family-friendly action title "Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom" and the "Alien Rage" which is the sci-fi first-person shooter.
While waiting for the release of these free games for PlayStation Plus this April 2017 the members could still take advantage of the March free video games lineup. The list includes "Tearaway Unfolded," "Disc Jam" and "Severed."