PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium Games Coming to PS4/PS5 in April 2024

Sony has announced the latest line-up of PS Plus Extra and Premium titles which will be made available to subscribers on Tuesday, 16th April 2024.

There are 16 games coming to PS Plus in April, with 13 games coming to the Extra tier of PlayStation Plus and 3 games coming to the Premium tier.

The titles this month include Dave the Diver, The Crew 2, and Stray Blade. Two games, Animal Well and Tales of Kenzera: Zau, will be available to play a few days after the designated PS Plus date. 

What do you think about this month’s games? Which titles will you be playing? Let us know in the comments below.

Dave the Diver (PS5, PS4)

One of the best games coming to PS Plus in April is Dave the Diver, a casual, single-player adventure that is both a deep-sea exploration game and a restaurant management sim. We called this a delightfully delicious game in our review, so we recommend you dive right in and use our game guide if you need a little help on your underwater journey. 

Check out our Dave the Diver review

Metascore: 90

Oddballers (PS4)

Online party games are few and far between on PS4 and PS5 so this dodgeball-inspired title might be your go-to game of the month if you want to play a game with your friends. Cheating is allowed! 

Metascore: 71

Construction Simulator (PS5, PS4)

Here’s a game we think you’re going to dig – literally. In this game, you can build to your heart’s content, completing over 30 campaigns and building up your construction business. There are over 70 machines available for use so put on your hard hat and get renovating!

Metascore: 63

The Crew 2 (PS4)

If you’re feeling the need for speed, you might want to download The Crew 2 when it races onto PS Plus as part of April’s releases. With new game modes, tracks, vehicles, and events to try, you’re in for an unforgettable ride across the USA if you give this open-world online racer a spin.

Check out our The Crew 2 review

Metascore: 64

Raji: An Ancient Epic (PS5, PS4)

The beautiful hand-drawn environments are just one of the selling points of this action-adventure game set in India. Inspired by Indian mythologies such as Mahabharata and Ramayana, this is certainly one of the more unique titles in the PS Plus collection.

Metascore: 69

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game (PS4)

You’ve seen the movie – now it’s time to play the game. Play as one of your favorite ninjas, including Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane, Nya and Master Wu, and defend your home island of Ninjago from the evil Lord Garmadon and his Shark Army. It’s time to knock their little blocks off!

Metascore: 67

Nour: Play With Your Food (PS5, PS4)

Your parents probably told you not to play with your food but in this game, that’s the objective. Blending mouth-watering visuals, dynamic beats, and playful exploration, this experimental art game invites you to play with your food in a variety of surreal scenes ranging from chill to unhinged. Be warned – you might feel peckish while playing. 

Metascore: N/A

Deliver Us Mars (PS5, PS4)

This sequel to the award-winning Deliver Us The Moon isn’t quite as good as that immersive space puzzler but it’s still a decent indie title that is as much about family as it is about saving an entire planet from imminent doom.

Metascore: 69

Lego’s Marvel Avengers (PS4)

Avengers Assemble! Only you don’t have to physically assemble the Lego blocks at home to create your favourite Marvel heroes.  Instead, you can take control of any one of the heroes featured within the MCU movies and live out the adventures that have thrilled you on screen. 

Metascore: 71

Miasma Chronicles (PS5)

Miasma Chronicles is a tactical RPG set in the not-too-distant future at a time when America has been torn apart by a savage force known only as the ‘Miasma’. Your job is to quest across a post-apocalyptic wasteland via stealth-based and turn-based gameplay and seek the answers that may change the course of human history forever. 

Metascore: 69

Stray Blade (PS5)

If you’re looking for a Soulslike on PS Plus this April, you might want to check out Stray Blade, an action-adventure title with colourful graphics and an immersive narrative. It’s probably not going to replace Elden Ring or Demon’s Soul as your go-to adventure title but if you’re looking for something that is arguably a little easier, Stray Blade is worth playing.


Metascore: 62

Tales of Kenzera: ZAU (PS5)

Available from April 23. 

It’s a Day One release for this Metroidvania that features a story shaped by actor Abubakar Salim’s own experience with grief. You take on the role of Zau, a young shaman who bargains with the God of death to bring his Baba back from darkness. Using your cosmic powers, you advance into unknown mythological lands and defeat the game’s restless spirits in rhythmic combat. 

Metascore: N/A

Animal Well (PS5)

Available from May 9. 

Here’s another Metroidvania but this one is free of combat, which makes it a rather unique title within this genre. In this beautiful pixel art world, you will discover a mysterious, non-linear, interconnected world and solve puzzles in over 250 rooms in whatever order you choose. 

Metascore: N/A

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare (PS5, PS4)

PlayStation Premium

The fact that this title is among PS Plus Premium’s April releases is of little surprise, considering the latest game in the Alone in the Dark franchise has recently been released. 

This former PS2 game puts you in the shoes of Edward Carnby as he investigates the death of his friend and partner, Charles Fiske, who has been found dead off the coast of the mysterious Shadow Island.

Metascore: 66

Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire (PS5, PS4)

PlayStation Premium

This PS1 rail shooter set in that galaxy far far away forces the player down predetermined paths, but gives them the ability to control aiming, shooting, and dodging. You play as Rookie One in this dated but still fun shooter, and pilot ships such as a YT-1300 Corellian Transport, a B-wing, and a Y-wing.

Metascore: N/A

MediEvil (PS5, PS4)

PlayStation Premium

Here’s another PS1 title that is just about worth a play for nostalgia value, even though the game is also available in remastered form. It’s set in the medieval Kingdom of Gallowmere and centres around the charlatan protagonist, Sir Daniel Fortesque, as he attempts to stop antagonist Zarok’s invasion of the kingdom.

Metascore: N/A

Which titles will you be playing this month? Let us know in the comments below.

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