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Today is the last day that you're able to bag yourself one of the best games ever made for the PlayStation for free. So, get going! Switch on your console, launch the store, and keep reading to find out how to download this corker of an action-adventure game.
This act of generosity is part of PlayStation's Play At Home initiative, which was started about a year ago. Games like Uncharted, Journey, Ratchet & Clank, Enter the Gungeon, Subnautica, Astro Bot Rescue Mission, Moss, and Thumper have all been available to encourage "people around the world continue to do the right thing by staying at home to keep each other safe." It's a seriously incredible slate of games to add to your collection, and the fact that Guerrilla Games' Horizon Zero Dawn is included in this offering is unbelievable. If this game escaped your notice, here's a brief description. A thousand years into the future, the world is no longer ours. Machines rule the plains of America, and humans have split into tribes that eke out an existence against all odds. The heroine, Aloy, discovers how to use that technology and tame the robots, uncovering a conspiracy to end life on Earth for good.
Also, if you claim and play Horizon Zero Dawn, you'll be ready for its sequel that's tipped to arrive in early 2022. Check out its teaser trailer below.
So, all you need to do is open the PlayStation Store on your console, and search for Horizon Zero Dawn. Select the game, which will be the Complete Edition that comprises its Frozen Wilds DLC, extra outfits, resource packs, a digital art book, and a theme for your PlayStation 4. It's also possible to claim the game in your browser if you're reading this on the go right now. Just be sure to grab it before this offer expires on May 15th at 4:00am BST.
There are rumblings that the story that weaves and winds through Horizon Zero Dawn will culminate in a trilogy. Forbidden West is apparently "gigantic" in scope, built with the PlayStation 5's architecture front and centre, and it's even possible that there will be some sort of co-op mode. "I spent some time yesterday with Horizon Forbidden West for the first time in seven or eight months," said head of Sony's Worldwide Studios Hermen Hulst recently. "To step away and to come back to it? Talk about giving me a gift."
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