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Meet Your Maker release time nears with free PS Plus launch

From the studio behind Dead By Daylight, this hybrid FPS base-builder is free with PS Plus so here's the Meet Your Maker release time details and more.

Meet Your Maker release time: an image of a man from the FPS game

When is the Meet Your Maker release time? Well, if you’re someone who’s looking forward to giving this hybrid FPS base builder from Behaviour Interactive a go, you’ll be pleased to know that it isn’t too far away at all. Meet Your Maker is a new asymmetrical shooter from the Dead By Daylight devs and it’s going to release as a free PS Plus title on PS4, and PS5 alongside Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

But, of course, if you’re asking ‘when’ that’s all happening, allow us to explain. The Meet Your Maker release time is 12:00 PT / 12:00 ET / 10:00 BST on April 4. On Steam the game will release at 09:00 PT / 12:00 ET / 5:00 BST on April 4. This information has been confirmed on the Meet Your Maker Twitter account. For example, the rough release time for Meet Your Maker on the official Steam page would suggest it’s dropping at 08:00 PST / 11:00 EST / 16:00 BST on that platform.

However, if you’re asking the question ‘does Meet Your Maker have crossplay‘, we do think a universal console launch at the aforementioned time is something to look forward to.

Meet Your Maker is a base-building FPS like both Doom and Minecraft, but what does that actually look like? Well, you can check out a trailer for this upcoming PS Plus game below and see for yourself.

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As you can say, the Meet Your Maker multiplayer co-op has potential to be a fantastic game to play with a friend. However, this should provide those of you playing alone with a comprehensive experience too.

If you’re wondering if you can expect to see Meet Your Maker on Game Pass as well, you can here. However, we have more on PS Plus’ free April 2023 games right here – of which Meet Your Maker is one.

We know this isn’t a traditional competitive shooters, but it really could be one of the best competitive FPS games out there if players latch onto it. There’s a lot going for this game and we just hope it lives up to the potential it has.