PS Plus – PlayStation Plus April Games List: Woah Dave! Never Alone, Aaru’s Awakening, and More

March 30, 2015 Updated: July 18, 2015

The PlayStation Plus free games have been confirmed for April 2015

Dishonored (PS3), Tower of Guns (PS3 – PS4), Never Alone (PS4), and Aaru’s Awakening (PS3 – PS4) were confirmed, according to IGN.

Vita owners will get Killzone: Mercenary and MonsterBag.

This week, it was reported that Woah Dave! (see more here) would be a playable game in April. It will be unofficially added to the Instant Game Collection this week, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.

The PS4 version of he game will be launching on Tuesday. “Either if you got it free on PlayStation Plus before [thanks to cross-buy when the PS Vita version was free], or [when it comes out on March 31], it’s free for Plus members,” says PlayStation Account Support Manager Nick Suttner. “It’s not an official Plus game, but it is free for Plus members.”

It was confirmed by Choice Provisions on Twitter that Woah Dave! will be out for PS Plus users in Europe also.

This week, PlayStation Europe announced a few weeks ago: “Dishonored is coming to PlayStation Plus (PS3) in April. Sorry for the confusion this month – we pulled the trigger too early!”

The game, which came out in 2012, has a stealth and adventure them. It was widely praised by reviewers, getting around 9/10 or a 4.5/5 by game reviewing sites. “It’s a shame that Dishonored’s story isn’t greater than the sum of its decidedly memorable parts, but its gameplay absolutely is. Each mission is built as an elaborate network of choices for players to explore,” said IGN at the time.

The full list of PS Plus free games should be announced this week.

The other game some are wondering about is Driveclub, which was announced for PS Plus months ago but never materialized.

A few weeks back, Evolution Studios confirmed it will still come to the PlayStation Plus, but it’s not clear when. “We continue to work on the servers needed for the PS+ Edition to release it ASAP,” the studio said. “While we do, the teams not able to support the online work are adding new cars, tracks, events and improvements for everybody already playing the game.”