PS Plus April
'Zombi' and 'Dead Star' spearhead the PS Plus April 2016 lineup. PlayStation

PlayStation players can now look forward to the free games coming with the PS Plus April 2016 lineup. In an early reveal compared to previous months, Sony has announced the final list, which also previously confirms a previous leak related to one of the free PS4 games.

Over at the official PlayStation Blog, the first revealed PS4 game is “Dead Star,” a game that was previously confirmed to launch as a PS Plus title. The game from Armature Studio features a 20-player online game that makes use of strategy and skill trees in a unique manner that has been a hit with PlayStation samplers at events so far.

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“Zombi” will also now be free for the PS4, and will put player in a first-person survival experience. The game shows off permadeath and a London setting—as seen in the cover zombie in the video below—to give it an even more unique spin to the classic post-apocalyptic zombie games.

For those who will be playing on the PS3, the two featured free games are “I Am Alive” from Ubisoft, and the tower defense strategy title “Savage Moon.” PS Vita players can get the free title “Shutshimi.”

There is also an ongoing sale over at the PlayStation Store. This time, the main franchise on discount is “Metal Gear.” PlayStation Lifestyle features the entire list of discounted games for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. There are also some PlayStation Plus specials that range from AAA titles to fan-favourites.

PS4 player can avail of discounts for “Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes” and “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.” The PS3 has a wider range of “Metal Gear” titles including previous iterations in HD and even the ultimate edition of “Metal Gear Solid Rising: Revengeance.”

The “Metal Gear” franchise sale will be available until April 4. According to the report, the next franchise sale will feature Tom Clancy titles. There have been a number of updates for the PS4, including reports that point to a PS4K improved version for better game graphics.

PlayStation Plus April 2016 lineup (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)