Conan Exiles & The Surge Will Be Free For PS Plus Subscribers In April

PlayStation 4 users subscribed to the PS Plus service will now have the opportunity to download two great free games next month, Conan Exiles and The Surge, per Sony's video announcement from Wednesday.

Having made Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness available for March, PlayStation will be hitting its fanbase with another pair of treats. If you haven't received to March's freebies yet, there are still a few days left to download them, as they will remain available up until April 1. However, after that date, the other titles will be up for grabs.

Conan Exiles, a game quite obviously based on the age-old barbarian folklore, puts you in an open world at the dawn of civilization as a pariah left in the desert as punishment for unknown crimes.

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Though you start out with nothing but a loincloth to your name, the world is laden with materials and crafting tools that come in handy as you traverse through the extremely hostile environment.

You will also be meeting other players whom you can build settlements and bases with, and raising armed fortresses is an option too. However, you can also play everything out in single-player mode; it's just a lot harder.

Conan Exiles is somewhat controversial, though, as it allows people to play as nude characters and own slaves, so that's something worth noting.

As for The Surge, this RPG shooter, which is set in a dystopian future, sees players operate as new CREO research facility staff member Warren, who wakes up to ruins for a workplace after his first day on the job, thanks to some wild machines.

Warren is forced to go through the entire facility in order to find out what went down. However, he also has to defend himself against rogue technology, assist survivors, and delve into the secrets surrounding his past along the way.

A sequel for The Surge game is already in development, so there's more to look forward to if you like it enough.

Both of these 2017 titles will be available for free download on April 2 as long as you have PS Plus.

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