Meet your Maker gets a day-one release on PlayStation Plus, launching next month 

Meet Your Maker, the build and raid game will launch this April. Here’s everything that you need to know including the release date and what the game is actually about.

Dead by Daylight developer and publisher, Behaviour Interactive has revealed details on its upcoming build and raid title, Meet Your Maker. The game is included in the free games lineup of PlayStation Plus for April 2023. So players who have a PlayStation Plus subscription will get to play Meet Your Maker for free on day one.

Meet Your Maker release date 

Meet Your Maker is the perfect game to bring your imagination in front of your eyes and flaunt your creativity. The post-apocalyptic first-person game, Meet Your Maker is basically a building-and-raiding game wherein players get to design all the levels in the game by themselves. The player must build a maze of devious deathtraps to entice, outwit, and kill intruding players, and then collect rewards from those who die.

Meet Your Maker, the strategic video game is scheduled to release on April 4, 2023. This means that we are only a few days away from the release of the build and raid game.

Meet Your Maker is in the PS Plus lineup for April

Meet Your Maker will be available as the PlayStation Plus Monthly Games lineup for April on Day 1, as per the recent PlayStation blog. So, Meet your Maker will be a freebie on PlayStation Plus for April. 

Players will get to play Meet Your Maker on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. 



Other than that, the PlayStation Plus March 2023 free games lineup has Code Vein, Battlefield 2042, and Minecraft Dungeons.

How to pre-order Meet Your Maker 

Meet Your Maker is available to pre-order via Steam. The Standard Edition of Meet Your Maker costs INR 1,300. While the Deluxe Edition for Meet Your Maker costs INR 1,440. 

The Deluxe Edition of the game includes the base game along with the Scorched Necropolis Collection, which adds a full collection of cosmetics with ancient Egyptian inspirations to the post-apocalyptic toolbox.