It’s making nine indie and PSVR games available for free as part of the Play At Home program.
Actually like what Sony guaranteed back in February, it’s parting with more PlayStation games this month as a feature of its Play At Home program — and indeed, you actually needn’t bother with a PS Plus subscription to get them.
The latest batch of freebies incorporates The Witness, an open world game that will make them exploring an island to discover clues and complete 3D puzzles so you could recapture your memory and find your way back home. Greenery, which used to be a PSVR exclusive, is additionally in the list. In the Zelda-esque VR game, you control a mouse heroine to navigate platforms, solve puzzles and fight enemies.
Monster Squid’s underwater adventure Abzû is presently likewise available free download in case you’re in the mood to swim with sea creatures and to explore ruins and murals from an old ancient civilization.
You can likewise download gunfight dungeon crawler Enter the Gungeon and VR shooter Rez Infinite, which has been redesigned by individuals from the original development group for the PS4 and the PSVR, at no cost. The list includes undersea survival game Subnautica and VR platformer Astro Bot Rescue Mission, too. At last, you can move as a space insect in rhythm action game Thumper and explore a world inhabited by origami-like animals in Paper Beast.
Sony initially launched the Play At Home program a year ago for players sheltering at home because of the Covid pandemic. It revived the initiative in February, promising more long stretches of free games to encourage people to keep up social distancing.
These particular set of games will be available for nothing until April 22nd 11PM ET. Fastener and Clank, which was remembered for the list of free games for February, will stay a gift until March 31st at 11PM ET. In the mean time, Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition (with the Frozen Wilds development) will be available for free starting on April 19th 11PM ET until May 14th 11PM ET.