PS4 owners will also be able to play Q-Bert Rebooted, a remake of the classic 1982 arcade game, in which you change the colors of cubes and hop them to battle enemies. Next month, two more PlayStation 4 titles will be available to players with active memberships.
Sony has revealed the games which PS Plus subscribers can pick up for free in April.
While the details on April's line-up are not out yet, seeing PS4 players on Asian servers getting a number of old AAA titles strongly suggest on a similar offering for the USA players. Once that happens, those with a PlayStation Plus subscription will be able to head to the PlayStation Store and click the "PS Plus" tab. Players control Max Rockatansky as he progresses through the wasteland to seek revenge on a gang of raiders and aims to build the ultimate vehicle: the Magnum Opus. Mad Max is a third-person action adventure game with a focus on vehicular combat.
Racing fans will appreciate TrackMania Turbo, a polished PS4 arcade racing game where your goal is to achieve the ideal racing time.
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Trackmania Turbo is a bit like if you crossed a Hot Wheels set with Wipeout and Micro Machines. The game is a twin-stick shooter, featuring up to 4-player support, including team and other various modes of play. First up is the somewhat underrated movie tie-in, Mad Max, from Avalanche Studios.
It's not a bad selection of games by any stretch, but once again Xbox Games with Gold takes the honours. Existing PS3 and PS Vita games will still be available to PS Plus subscribers as long as they added them to their library at the time of the promotion. Two PS3 titles and two PS Vita are also part of March's PS Plus offerings.
As usual, the announcement was made by Sony via the Playstation Blog.