Sony Play at Home has brought 10 free PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR games, which will be downloaded from March 25th. Sony launched Play At Home in April last year to provide some entertainment for consumers who were forced to stay at home during the lock-in period. Now, the latest update of the program brings independent games such as Abzu, Enter the Gungeon, Subnautica, The Witness, etc. This is separate from the free games that come with PlayStation Plus. Players can also get a free copy of Ratchet and Clank on PS4 until March 31, as well as free Horizon Zero Dawn starting next month.

PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR users can start from March 25 (Pacific Standard Time) at 8 PM (IST, March 26 at 8:30 AM) to April 22 (Pacific Time at 8:30 AM, IST, April 23 Day), enjoy 10 free games, which are part of Sony’s “Play at Home” program. Independent partners of PlayStation and Sony have collaborated to provide these games for free. Sony will also extend the trial period of Funimation (anime subscription service) starting on March 25.

The free games are:

  • Abzu
  • Enter the dungeon
  • Rez Infinite (support PS VR)
  • Seals
  • witness
  • Astro Bot rescue mission (support PS VR)
  • Moss (support PS VR)
  • ump hit
  • Paper beast

The tenth game is Ratchet & Clank, which is now available for free until March 31 PDT (April 1, 8:30 AM Eastern Standard Time).

In addition, starting from the afternoon of April 19 (Pacific Time) and May 14 (Pacific Time), players will be able to get the full version of “Horizon Zero Dawn” for free.

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Last month, as part of the “Play at Home” program, Sony offered Ratchet & Clank free to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 users. The games included in the “Play at Home” plan do not require a PS Plus subscription to play. All you need to do is redeem the game from the PS Store, and you can download and play the game. The plan will last until June, so players can get more free games in the coming months.


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