These are the games you can play for free on PlayStation Plus this month

UPDATED: Grab The Surge and Conan Exiles in April

You might not love the idea of paying for a PlayStation Plus subscription, but that ₹3,999 a year brings a rather solid bounty of free games. Did you know?

Each and every month, Sony trots out a new selection of games you can download for free all month and then keep and play forever, so long as you maintain your Plus subscription. You'll always find at least a couple of PlayStation 4 picks, along with games for PS3 and Vita as well.

Each and every month, Sony trots out a new selection of games you can download for free all month and then keep and play forever, so long as you maintain your Plus subscription. It used to have PlayStation 3 and Vita games, too, but now Sony is focusing solely on PS4 titles.

Looking for a heads-up on which games you can grab right now and soon ahead? We've got you covered: these are India's PlayStation Plus freebies for April 2019, which will be available to download starting 2 April. And if you didn't grab March's free downloads yet, then scroll further down for a quick look at those titles.

FREE ON PLAYSTATION PLUS IN APRIL

The Surge (PS4)

The Surge largely flew under the radar a couple years ago, but if you're not currently wrapped up in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, it's a pretty good Dark Souls-esque action game with a very different science-fiction setting. While not essential as its inspirations, it's very well worth it for the incredibly low price of nothingRead our review here.

Conan Exiles (PS4)

Conan the Barbarian gets a modern quest in the form of Conan Exiles, a survival-centric action game with both single-player and multiplayer elements. You'll swing swords and axes in the persistent online world, as well as harvest resources to build your very own homestead (or city).

STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH 2 April

 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (PS4)

One of the all-time greatest first-person shooters gets a fresh coat of paint in Activision's Modern Warfare remaster. And if you're not keen on the more futuristic or over-the-top elements of recent Call of Duty games, the multiplayer here is still legit.

The Witness (PS4)

Hailed as brilliantly original by some (and incredibly frustrating by us), The Witness is a gorgeous puzzler that finds you exploring a mysterious island to solve its many challenges. It's tough and can be obtuse, but now you can try it for the low, low price of free.