Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, announced in a blog post that their successful “Play at Home” campaign last year will be repeated this year as well. From March to June, they’d be nice to the PS owners a little extra, with the unconvincing goal of convincing them: Instead of scrambling outside on the street, they’d be sitting in front of the console. The goal this time is noble: As Ryan puts it, to put it mildly, it’s not easy for 12 months behind us, and while the light is already visible at the end of the tunnel – thanks to the blessed work of doctors and healthcare professionals – you are sure to be at everyone’s best for a while. . If we get away from home as little as possible. The specialist promises a whole range of “games and entertainment”, two of which have been revealed so far.
From March 2 to April 1, anyone can download Ratchet & Clank PS4 for free (which of course works on the PS5 as well), and if you do that during that time, you won’t have to give it up after that, the latest piece in the series will always remain in your library. Mythical – yet. And no, you don’t need a PS Plus subscription to access it. And starting on March 25th, they will give new subscribers access to the live broadcasting service called Wakanim, by extending the previous 14-day free trial period for another 90 days – that is, in the countries from which it is available – unfortunately only the Russian version comes out, at least. From the first try. Of course, the madness isn’t over yet: Ryan promises to try and make everyone’s life a little easier as they know by June.
Ratchet & Clank was released in March 2016 exclusively for PlayStation 4, but of course it’s also available for PS5.