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Starting from March 25, nine of those games will be ready for you to add to your library free of charge, regardless of whether or not you have a PlayStation Plus subscription. The whole point of the Play At Home initiative is to help people stave off the intense boredom of lockdown by offering a variety of interesting new games - and what a variety it is.
The nine free games available from March 25 are: Abzu, The Witness, Enter the Gungeon, Subnautica, Rez Infinite, Moss, Astro Bot: Rescue Mission, Paper Beast, and Thumper. Believe me when I say those are some of the best and most fascinating indie experiences of the last few years, and you'd do well to check any one of them out. My personal top recommendation would be Abzu, which is kind of like Journey but underwater. After that, try Subnautica. That's kind of like Minecraft but underwater. And absolutely goddamn terrifying.
If for some reason you have a serious issue with playing an indie game, I've got good news for you. From April 19, Horizon Zero Dawn will be free to download. You might have heard of that one.
The first nine games will be available to add to your PlayStation Library for the low price of nothing until April 22. Horizon Zero Dawn will be available until May 14. Even if you don't think you'll ever check some of these games out, you might as well add them to your library, right? That way you can check them out whenever the hell you want, if you so choose. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.
Alongside these ten games, Sony has offered an extended free trial of Funimation, an anime streaming service. That kicks off on March 25 and ends on April 22, so really, you have no excuse for not staying home. Anime and video games? That's the dream. For some people. Probably.
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