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While they haven’t been officially announced by Sony, next month’s free games for PS Plus subscribers were revealed in a PlayStation Access video which would appear to have been unintentionally published ahead of schedule before being pulled.
PlayStation Access is the official YouTube channel of PlayStation UK.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is currently priced at $19.99/£15.99 on the PlayStation Store, while Dirt Rally 2.0 is priced at $39.99/£39.99.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download the titles at no extra cost from April 7, according to the PlayStation Access video, which VGC viewed (image below) before it was removed.
Update, April 1: Sony has officially confirmed that Uncharted 4 and Dirt Rally 2.0 are April’s PlayStation Plus games.
Original story continues: March’s PlayStation Plus games, Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces, will remain free to download until April 6.
PlayStation Plus members can also take part in a Predator: Hunting Grounds weekend trial ahead of the PS4 and PC game’s April release.
Developed by IllFonic, in partnership with Fox, the asymmetrical multiplayer shooter features a 4v1 setup which sees a group of four players controlling members of an elite fireteam, while one player controls the Predator.
Sony said in early January that PlayStation Plus had some 38.8 million subscribers.