Sony gives PS games for free
SONY has given fans of its PlayStation gaming consoles more reason to stay inside by giving away a collection of popular games for free.
The games are part of Sony’s Play At Home Initiative aimed at getting people to stay at home and play their PlayStations as societies worldwide effectively shut down in a bid to contain coronavirus.
Until May 5, gamers can get free access to the trilogy of games in Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, as well as the indie-adventure game Journey.
All of the games were originally developed and published for the PlayStation 3 console but have been remastered for the PS4.
The Uncharted games follow the adventures of treasure hunter Nathan Drake.
With at least several more months set to be spent at home, now is as good a time as any to escape into the life of a globetrotting treasure hunter.
Alongside the big-studio blockbuster Uncharted series is the indie game Journey.
The game drops players in the middle of the desert with a simple task of reaching a mountain in the distance, aided by other players, communicating only in chimes and by activating visual signals in the game. The Sun
HOME GAME: Play Sony’s Uncharted trilogy for free.