Each month, PlayStation Plus subscribers look forward to the free games from Sony. But a concern by most is the number and type of games that is being offered.

However, all that may be addressed soon. With PlayStation collecting over 200 partners under its wing for PlayStation Plus, a better and stronger lineup looms.

No less than PlayStation boss Jim Ryan believes that Sony has gathered the participation of practically all publishers ranging from big to indie teams. Hence, this could be good news for its members who are looking for more games to play.

"We have big publishers, we have small indie publishers. We have over 200 partners working with us to put their content into PlayStation Plus, so the lineup is going to be really strong," Ryan said on the Official PlayStation podcast.

However, the question still remains on who will comprise that alleged 200 partners part. It remains to be seen if it will include Microsoft. Bethesda and soon-to-be-acquired Activision are practically certain. But the there is no doubt that if Microsoft is in, it would mean the possible coming of titles such as “Call of Duty,” “Overwatch,” “Diablo,” “The Elder Scrolls” and “Fallout” among others.

Hence, it remains a guessing game on what IPs PlayStation Plus will have to offer. But if it does succeed, it could finally give Xbox Game Pass some worth competition.

With plenty of subscribers on their end, PlayStation Plus could follow the lead of the Nintendo Switch online playbook. Although it may not be necessary, offering more games will surely give PS Plus subscribers more reason to keep tabs and possibly entice other players to sign up for the service.

In the meantime, the PS Plus free games for April should keep members busy. Available this month are “Hood: Outlaws & Legends (PS5, PS4), “Slay the Spire” (PS4), and “SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated” (PS4).

IN PHOTO: A Sony PlayStation video game logo is seen at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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