Immortals of Aveum
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April PlayStation Plus Includes Immortals of Aveum, Minecraft Legends and More

Sony has detailed the PlayStation Plus games for April and they are led by Immortals of Aveum. Subscribers will be able to grab that game alongside Minecraft Legends and Skul: The Hero Slayer starting on 2 April.

Immortals of Aveum launched in August last year to some rather mixed reviews. Apart from its shoddy visual appearance on consoles, with the Xbox Series S running at 436p, the game does get a bit repetitive when it comes to combat and exploration. However, its arrival on PlayStation Plus means more players can give it a go.

Players can also grab the not-so-creative Minecraft Legends which is an action strategy game. There’s also Skul: The Hero Slayer – a 2D action platformer with rogue-like mechanics.

Last but not least, Sony has thrown in some Overwatch 2 goodies for PlayStation Plus subscribers in April too. You’ll be able to grab the Overwatch 2 Mega Bundle which includes a free Legendary Beekeeper Sigma Skin and seven Epic Skins for other characters. There are also five Battle Pass Tier Skips.

Keep in mind that you have until 2 April to grab the current PlayStation Plus games which include Sifu, EA Sports F1 23, Hello Neighbor 2 and Destiny 2: The Witch Queen.

PlayStation Plus April

Leaving PlayStation Plus on 2 April

  • Sifu (PS4/PS5)
  • Hello Neighbor 2 (PS4/PS5)
  • EA Sports F1 23 (PS4/PS5)
  • Destiny 2: The Witch Queen (PS4/PS5)

Coming to PlayStation Plus on 2 April

  • Immortals of Aveum (PS5)
  • Minecraft Legends (PS4/PS5)
  • Skul: The Hero Slayer (PS4/PS5)
  • Overwatch 2 Mega Bundle (PS4PS5)
    • Beekeeper Sigma Legendary Skin
    • Art Deco Symmetra Legendary Skin
    • Runner Sojourn Epic Skin
    • Punker Queen Junker Queen Epic Skin
    • Construction Ramattra Epic Skin
    • Matsuri Kiriko Epic Skin
    • Cassia Lifeweaver Epic Skin
    • Amethyst Illari Epic Skin
    • Rugby Mauga Epic Skin
    • 5x Battle Pass Tier Skips

Source: PS Blog

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