While we’re still over two weeks away from when they’ll be officially available to download, a link to an unlisted video published on YouTube channel PlayStation Access has all but confirmed next month’s PS Plus titles. Subscribers will be able to sink their teeth into none other than Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Dirt Rally 2.0 – two major titles that are really nothing to sniff at.
News of these games being April’s PS Plus titles comes courtesy of Twitter account Nibel, a user that’s made a name for themselves confirming video game rumours, leaking out previously unknown information and just generally getting “predictions” spot on. PlayStation Access, on the other hand, is a PlayStation partnered YouTube account who regularly posts these PS Plus announcement videos, which is typically meant to publish alongside the official announcement.
However, it appears that PlayStation Access got next month’s video recorded and edited well ahead of time, only for Nibel to make the unlisted link public before any official word from PlayStation. This link to the unlisted video has since been taken down, but not before Nibel could grab some screenshots proving the claim. Take a look:
As far as potential PS Plus titles go, members to the service could do a lot worse than a first-party Triple-A release into one of the most celebrated franchises. The other, in case you hadn’t already guessed, is Dirt Rally 2.0 and is still good for any petrolhead PS4 players. There’s no doubt that both games are some major heavyweight games, which rather makes up for some of the less exciting months we’ve already had this year. Both games will be downloadable as of April 7th.
After all, with the PS4 and Xbox One about to be rendered obsolete soon due to the arrival of their successor consoles later this year, it makes sense for PlayStation and Microsoft to tempt as many people over as possible to their subscription services. Of course this does mean that devout PS4 players will likely already have played such a blockbuster release as Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, but this does at least suggest that we’re in for a good year of PS Plus games throughout 2020.