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PlayStation 4 Users Can Grab A Free Exclusive Right Now, No PS Plus Required

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PlayStation 4 Users Can Grab A Free Exclusive Right Now, No PS Plus Required

It's been nearly one whole year since the first lockdown here in the UK, and the advice is still very much to stay at home and slow the spread of COVID-19. While it's undeniably heartbreaking that we're almost exactly where we were 365 days ago, there is hope on the horizon. The vaccine is being rolled out across the world, and the promise of normality is so much closer than it's been in months. All we need to do is wait, and be responsible.


Fortunately, being responsible by staying indoors is about to get a whole lot easier. Sony is reviving its Play At Home initiative for a second year, offering PlayStation 4 owners the chance to download and keep a number of free games in an effort to keep folk occupied for the next few months.


Sony has promised to greatly expand Play At Home this year with more free games, and it's kicking things off with a big one. From now until March 31st, you'll be able to download and keep Ratchet & Clank, the fantastic action-platformer developed by Insomniac Games and released back in 2016. To be clear, you don't need to be subscribed to PlayStation Plus or PlayStation Now for this promotion. As long as you have an active PlayStation Network account and a PS4 (or PlayStation 5), you're golden.


All you need to do is visit Ratchet & Clank on the PlayStation Store and add the game to your library. After that, it's yours to do with as you wish. I'd recommend downloading and playing it because it's a brilliant game with a great sense of humour and gorgeous visuals, but you do you.

Sony will have more freebies to announce over the next few months, so be sure to keep an eye on GAMINGbible. We'll have all the latest news on all the best free games as and when they're available.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: News, PlayStation Plus, PlayStation

Ewan Moore
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