PS Plus game catalog titles announced for April: Dave the Diver, Animal Well, Tales of Kenzera: Zou and More


Sony has revealed the list of games that will be joining the PlayStation Plus game catalog in April. In the coming weeks, PS Plus Will get it. Platformer Raji: An Ancient Epic and more. Most of these games will be available on the PS Plus catalog on April 16. Tales of Kenzera: Zou and Animal Vale, on the other hand, will be joining the service as day one launch titles on April 23 and May 9, respectively.

April's lineup of PS Plus game catalog titles was confirmed on the PlayStation Blog on Wednesday. Dave the Diver and Tales of Kenzera: Zou were both revealed earlier this month as game catalog titles for April.

Developed by Minrocket, Dave the Diver made quite a splash when it released on PC last year. A Nintendo Switch port followed, and the game would eventually arrive on PlayStation consoles on April 16 as part of the PS Plus catalog. Dave the Diver features a colorful pixel art style and puts players into Dave's swimfin, the eponymous diver who explores the ocean during the day to catch exotic fish and then at night with the day's fishing. Helps run a sushi joint. As Dave, players dive into the depths of the Blue Hole with a harpoon gun in hand, fighting dangers, searching for treasure, and exploring the ocean. At night, players must help run a bustling sushi restaurant, offering unique dishes and exceptional service to its customers. Dave the Diver will be available on both PS4 and PS5.

This month's series of Game Catalog titles is filled with small, indie games. Animal Well, a beautiful but dark pixel-art style Metroidvania platformer developed by the one-man team of Billy Basso, arrives as a day one launch title on May 9th. In it, players take control of an amorphous blob, explore complex levels and encounter numerous animal spirits. In addition to platforming, the game also includes a considerable number of puzzles. Animal Well will be available on PS5 for PS Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium tier subscribers.

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Animal Well features pixel art visuals
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Tales of Kenzera: Zau is another Metroidvania platformer arriving as a day one launch title on April 23rd. First announced earlier this month for the PS Plus game catalog, Tales of Kenzera: Zau is a narrative-focused 2.5D action platformer where players take on the titular Zau, a young warrior seeking the Lord of Death. Control. Its gameplay and visuals mimic earlier this year's Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, featuring fast-paced action battles and complex platforming. Tales of Kenzera: Zau will be available on PS5.

Continuing the trend of indie action platformers, Raji: An Ancient Epic, developed by Indian studio Nodding Heads Games, also joins the PS Plus catalog this month. The game is inspired by Indian mythology and lets players combat mythological animals and monsters as the eponymous heroine Raji searches for her younger brother. Raji has a lot of puzzles and features a unique art style and will be available on both PS4 and PS5.

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Raji: An Ancient Epic is developed by Pune-based Nodding Heads Games
Photo Credit: Nodding Games

In addition to Animal Well and Tales of Kenzera: Zou, all new PS Plus game catalog titles will be playable starting April 16. Note that Game Catalog titles cannot be added to your game library and are only accessible as long as they are available. Service.

Late last month, Sony also announced PS Plus monthly free games for April, available to subscribers of all tiers. These include Immortals of Aum, Minecraft Legends, and Skull: The Hero Slayer. The three free games are live on the service now and can be added to your game library until May 6.

Here's the full list of games coming to the PS Plus game catalog this month for PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium members starting April 16.

Additionally, Sony also announced this month a list of games coming to its PS Plus Classics catalog, which is only available to PS Plus Deluxe/Premium members. These include the original PlayStation versions of Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare, Star Wars: Rebel Assault II: The Hidden Empire, and MediEvil.

PlayStation Plus Extra subscription starts at Rs. 749 per month in India, while the Deluxe tier subscription costs Rs. 849 per month.

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