Uncharted 4 And Dirt Rally 2.0 Are April’s PlayStation Plus Games

Uncharted 4 And Dirt Rally 2.0 Are April’s PlayStation Plus Games
Uncharted 4 (Screenshot: PlayStation Store)

Ducking in under the wire, April’s PlayStation Plus games are here. As always, these games are only “free” if you have an active PlayStation Plus membership.

April’s PS Plus games are

  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

  • Dirt Rally 2.0

Both games will be available to download April 7 through May 4.


  • Hands down, Dirt Rally 2.0 is the best rally game I’ve ever played. I highly recommend getting it, especially if you have a wheel. Phenomenal.

    • Dirt Rally 2.0 is the kind of game that makes me realise much I suck at simulation car games, no matter how much I love them, they don’t love me back…

      Great game though..

  • Uncharted… Yick. The characters are ‘punch in the face’ annoying. There is barely any gameplay. Always preferred tomb raider for this type of thing.

    • Sounds like the comment an xbox fanboy would say because they never played it. Don’t be ignorant and check the facts. Games 1-4 metacritic scores: 88, 96, 92, 93.

      The characters are delightful, the stories are amazing and the gameplay is solid and well paced. It bring the flair of epic adventure movies to the home console and does a great job of it.

      Thank you the gods at Naughty Dog for giving us gems like Crash Bandicoot, CTR, Uncharted and The Last of Us.

    • Pffft drake, his bro & Sully are well defined with their own goals/personalities. New Lara has the personality of drift wood. Infact, the best part of them games by far, is watching her die in some metal AF ways 😉

      • I think there’s room for both. Uncharted has always been more about a linear adventure through a well told story with fun characters. More Indiana Jones than Tomb Raider.

        The last few Tomb Raiders have been serious affairs which are more open world and have upgrade elements. I enjoy both of the games, but play them differently. TR is a 40-50 hour adventure where I nitpick over areas and revisit shrines later in the game but once I stop playing I’m done with the game while Uncharted is 10-20 hours and I inevitably end up playing them again a couple of years later.

        Each to their own though.

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