You will certainly remember Sony’s “Play At Home” initiative launched in 2020, where the Japanese giant gave away Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey, in order to convince players to stay at home in the middle of the pandemic. Sony has therefore decided to revive the initiative, this time giving Ratchet & Clank on PS4. A perfect news for all those who wanted to recover or replay the title waiting for Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart, expected in June!
Ratchet & Clank will be redeemable on PlayStation 4 starting March 1st at 05:00 (Italian time) and until March 31st. We remember that the game, once redeemed, it will be yours forever exactly as happened for Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey. It will also not be bound by subscriptions such as PS Plus.
This initiative will not actually be an ‘only child’, but it will be accompanied by a second initiative that will appeal to all fans of Japanese animation. Sony will offer 90 days of free trial to Funimation or Wakanim services.
Any variations of this offer are totally dependent on the availability of these services in the various countries, and Sony in general will share more details in the future. In any case, what do you think of this gift from Sony? Tell us in the comments as always!
PlayStation 5 is officially on sale worldwide, although supplies are very limited. In any case, we invite you to read Roberto Buffa’s review on the console, as well as to scrutinize the following Amazon links in case it becomes available. In fact, in a Tweet, Jim Ryan has confirmed the arrival of new consoles for Christmas!
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