Sony is bribing players to ‘stay at home’ with FREE PS4 games – including Uncharted and Journey


SONY is hoping to encourage PlayStation users to social distance with its new Play At Home Initiative.

In an attempt to encourage staying at home, the tech giant is offering some amazing PS4 video games for free.

For a limited time only, you’ll be able to download Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey for free.

All you need is a PlayStation 4 and to remember to download between April 15 and May 5.

Due to the The Nathan Drake Collection containing remastered versions of the first three Uncharted titles, you’ll technically be getting four games for the price of none.

That’s enough to keep you busy and safely indoors for a while.

Once you’ve downloaded the games you can keep them forever

The games will be yours to keep forever and play at your leisure.

Head to the PlayStation Store to check them out.

Sony has highlighted that download speeds might be slower than usual due to measures that are trying to safeguard internet bandwidths in the US and Europe.

Sony has also sent up a $10million (£8million) fund to support independent games developers that might be struggling due to the current economic climate.

In other news, you can download Assassin’s Creed 2 for free this week.

Gamers across the globe can now play Google Stadia for free.

And, the PS5 and Xbox Series X could cost a hefty £500 at launch.

What’s your favourite PS4 game? Let us know in the comments…


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