All PS4 and PS5 owners are getting 10 free games in the next month

Including the hugely popular Horizon Zero Dawn.
horizon zero dawn - free playstation games in march and april

Sony is giving 10 free PlayStation games to all users

Just when we thought Sony had been left in the dust by the fantastic value Xbox Game Pass, they’ve gone and lured us all back in again. Over the next month, all PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners (even those who aren’t subscribed to PS Plus) are getting 10 games for the low, low price of free.

Announced as part of PlayStation’s ‘Play at Home’ initiative, which has so far added the likes of JourneyUncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Ratchet & Clank to users’ libraries, the drop will see nine titles available to download from March 25, with the incredibly popular action RPG Horizon Zero Dawn landing on April 19. It’s a good way to get reacquainted with Aloy before the sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, launches later this year.

The first batch of free games is split into two main categories: indie gems and PlayStation VR games. In the indie corner, we’ve got dreamy diving adventure Abzû, roguelike dungeon crawler Enter the Gungeon, musical rail-shooter Rez Infinite, alien ocean explorer Subnautica and one of the best puzzle games of all time, The Witness.

The Witness

For the VR titles, we’ve got the cute 3D platformer Astro Bot Rescue Mission, action-adventure puzzle game Moss, rhythm action game Thumper and the incredibly dreamlike Paper Beast.

As we mentioned previously, these free Playstation games don’t require a PS Plus subscription, which means they’re yours for good. PS Plus ‘free’ games, however, are only available in your library while you’re still a subscriber. The second your subscription ends, so does your access to those games.

To get your 10 free games, you don’t have to do anything special – simply head to the PlayStation Store on your console and they’ll all be available for download from March 25 (with Horizon Zero Dawn to follow on April 19).

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