FREE PS4 Games to Enjoy – Stay Safe at Home and Have Fun

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There’s no denying that staying at home and only leaving the house for truly urgent needs can make a lot of people stay safe from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While gaming is such a widespread activity nowadays, and it’s far from those times when it was considered only an activity for children, tech companies involved in this field are lending a hand for the global fight against the COVID-19 disease — free PS4 games!

Sony has launched a new campaign called ‘Play at Home’ that is offering several PS4 games for free during the pandemic. The offer starts today, April 15, and it offers the chance for anyone who has a PS4 console to get two free games.

Stay Safe at Home and Have Fun With FREE PS4 Games

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

Available only for PS4 starting its 2015 launch, this is one of the games now offered for free by Sony. It’s an action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and Bluepoint Games. As the official descriptions says:

“Experience one of the most revered game series of all time as you follow the perilous journey of Nathan Drake across the globe, from humble beginnings to extraordinary discoveries. Meet an unforgettable cast of characters as Drake puts life and friendship on the line in a race against ruthless enemies to uncover unimaginable treasures.”


Journey is the other title offered for free by Sony during the ‘Play at Home’ initiative. It’s an 8-years-old indie adventure game made by Thatgamecompany and available for various platforms: PC, iOS, PS3, and of course: PS4.

In Journey, the player is at the command of a robed figure roaming through a vast desert and traveling towards a mountain that can be seen in the distance. The player can meet another one in the game, and the two can help each other out. The two players cannot communicate in either way and cannot see each other’s names until a certain point.

Hopefully, the ‘Play at Home,’ with free PS4 games, initiative will be as useful as it can be, and it’s nice to see gaming companies getting involved in this kind of actions.