The pandemic has changed our lives forever, but for gamers, it also had and has its good sides. Because they finally have every reason to sit at home and play, and there are free titles on top of that. Sony is currently giving its users one or more gifts.
Sony launched the Play at Home initiative last year on the occasion of the Stay at Home measures and calls to make the difficult times easier and more entertaining for people affected by lockdowns. And that succeeded, namely with games like Journey and Knack 2 / Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection. Sony Play At Home
recently reanimated the campaign and you can currently secure the new PS4 edition from Ratchet & Clank free of charge until the end of March. The highlight: This is not linked to a PlayStation Plus subscription, but applies to every owner of a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5. The jump & run game was not a one-time thing here, but rather the start of an action that is quite tough.
Ten games for a lot
Because from March 25, 2021 (until April 23), Sony will be giving away a total of ten games and there are some titles that you should have, must have – at least if you don’t already have them. Because from Thursday next week PS4 and PS5 owners will get ABZÛ, Enter the Gungeon, Rez Infinite, Subnautica and The Witness, as well as the PSVR titles Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Moss, Thumper and Paper Beast.
With the latter, a corresponding headset is of course required, but as with Ratchet & Clank, a PlayStation Plus subscription is not required. There are also no time restrictions, the games remain, once in the library, permanently in the possession of the players.
The highlight of the Play at Home program will follow on April 19, 2021. From this day until mid-May there will be an absolute mega-hit of the PS4 era with Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition. Sony will certainly benefit from this because the sequel “Forbidden West” is due to start this year. Those who haven’t had the game yet will of course be more than happy.
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