Sony has revealed the PlayStation Plus game catalog lineup for April 2023, and this month it will be packed with Bethesda titles. The long-time publisher has a number of games in the list, including The Evil Within, Doom Eternal, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Slay the Spire, Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom and more.
This month’s lineup is also home to a handful of titles from other publishers. One of them is Meet your Maker from Dead, which is a first-person shooter that’s based on a building-and-raiding game.
Another is Kena: Bridge of Spirits, an action-adventure game that received a lot of praise from critics when it launched in 2021. It will be a welcomed addition to the PS Plus lineup this month for Extra and Premium subscribers.
The full list of the PlayStation Plus games lineup for April 2023 is listed below.
- Riders Republic | PS4, PS5
- Doom Eternal | PS4, PS5
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits | PS4, PS5
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus | PS4
- Slay the Spire | PS4
- Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom | PS4, PS5
- The Evil Within | PS4
- Wolfenstein: The Old Blood | PS4
- Bassmaster Fishing | PS4, PS5
- Paradise Killer | PS4, PS5
- Sackboy: A Big Adventure | PS4, PS5
PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that offers players access to new and classic games on PS4 and PS5. There are three tiers of the service, which are called PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra, and PS Plus Premium.
The main perks of being a PlayStation Plus member include online multiplayer, cloud save storage space, and other exclusive discounts and demos. However, there are some things that you need to know before signing up for the service.
In order to get the most out of your membership, it’s important to understand which games are available in each tier. This will help you plan your gaming strategy.
Generally, Sony updates the PS Plus Extra and Premium game catalogues in the third week of each month. This means that some games will be leaving the service around the same time, so it’s a good idea to keep track of what’s going away in each tier to avoid missing out.