Sony gives an update on the currently running Play At Home campaign, which is intended to make the Corona period more entertaining. Like the publisher in one current blog entry announces, additional games will be available for free on PS4 starting March 26th. Thanks to the backward compatibility of the PS5, the games can also be played comfortably on the PS5 – sometimes in higher resolutions and better frame rates. On the date mentioned, players will receive free access to the indie highlights Abzu, Enter the Gungeon, Rez Infinite, Subnautica and The Witness.
In addition, selected VR games will be available for free from March 26th. From next Thursday you will get Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Moss, Thumper and Paper Beast for free. The titles are available for free through the PlayStation Store until April 23rd. Another highlight awaits you from April 20th in the Play At Home promotion. Sony will then distribute the full version of the action role-playing game Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition for free to all players.
You can link the PS4 hit from Guerrilla Games to your PSN account for free until May 15th. So it should be worth paying a visit to PSN. By the way: You will still get free access to the until April 1st Full version of Ratchet & Clank, the Sony since the beginning of the month as part of the Play At Home promotion given away. Last year, the publisher used this route to distribute selected PS4 games to users free of charge.
PS4 games for free: Sony is giving away more games
- Abzu (from March 26th)
- Enter the Gungeon (March 26th)
- Rez Infinite (March 26th)
- Subnautica (From March 26th)
- The Witness (From March 26th)
- Astro Bot Rescue Mission (From March 26th, VR)
- Moss (from March 26th, VR)
- Thumper (From March 26th, VR)
- Paper Beast (From March 26th, VR)
- Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition (coming April 20)
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