PS Plus in April adds Dishonored and Never Alone

Also Killzone Mercenary, Tower of Guns and more.  

PSN's Instant Game Collection - i.e. games free for PlayStation Plus subscribers - has been announced for the month of April.

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Dishonored's most inspired scene. Gotta love those masks.

Starting on 8th April, PS Plus members will be able to snag Dishonored (PS3), Alaskan native adventure Never Alone (PS4), the FPS/roguelike Tower of Guns (PS4/PS3), and the stylish platforming adventure Aaru's Awakening (PS4/PS3).

On Vita, subscribers will receive Killzone Mercenary and the upcoming Chilean stealthy puzzler MonsterBag, which put you in the role of a cute blue creature tasked with scaring folks using telekinetic powers.

As reported yesterday, Woah Dave! will also be available for free on PS4 and Vita, despite it not being part of the official Instant Game Collection line-up. Consider it a bonus.

Leaving the Instant Game Collection will be Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, Valiant Hearts, Papo and Yo, Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments, OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood, and CounterSpy.

It's looking like a good month overall, especially as Never Alone was one of the earliest games this generation to earn a Eurogamer Essential award after our reviewer, Dan Starkey, kept boasting about how he found it life-changing.

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