Free PS Plus Games Revealed For April 2017; Gamers Are Disappointed With The Lineup
(Last Updated On: March 29, 2017)

If you are a subscribing member for Sony’s Playstation Plus membership, then you will have the honor of getting a few free games sent to you as a perk for being part of the subscription.

Sony has released a short trailer video to showcase the game lineup for April 2017, and members of the PS Plus subscription service aren’t very happy with this month’s games. Current subscribers for the Playstation Plus service will be getting the wacky, third-person action shooter Drawn To Death, as well as the 4-Player Co-op Space Shooter, Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime. Take a look at the video linked down below.

A few people seemed quite happy with the two free games, saying that they played the beta for Drawn To Death and they really enjoyed it, so getting it for free was a perk for them. And for those who like four-player co-op arcade shooters, Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime was a fun little game to pass the time among friends and family.

However… other gamers across the internet shared their disdain at the lineup,  some going as far as saying the game Drawn To Death is garbage, or how the $10 increase for PS Plus Isn’t worth the money. Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime didn’t get much love among gamers, but oddly enough, it didn’t get much hate either. It pretty much boils down to a throwaway game that no one really asked for, nor wanted for free.



The trailer video that showcases the free games for the April 2017 Playstation Plus games is currently sitting at about 8,700 dislikes and rapidly counting, with only 1,700 Likes. I think it is safe to say that people really dislike this lineup.

Are you a Playstation Plus subscriber? What are your thoughts about Sony’s recent decisions for the free games and the price increase? Comment below and share your thoughts.

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