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PlayStation wants to slow the spread of COVID-19 through gaming

April 2, 2021

If any PlayStation users have been bored during the pandemic, now is the time to play some games! PlayStation, one of the most popular gaming brands in the world, has been promoting gamers to stay inside during the COVID-19 pandemic with their “Play at Home” initiative. As a part of this initiative, the PlayStation Store has been offering free games for all its users as well as free monthly PlayStation plus games. 

PlayStation has announced on their official Twitter and Website that they will continue to release more games in the future. Although this is very exciting news, gamers should not get too comfortable. PlayStation has made it clear that some games are free for a limited time only. So try to get the free license before the deals are gone! Here are some of the many gaming options that gamers have when partaking in the “Play at Home” initiative.

I think it’s cool that I can get some free games on my PS4, I’ve been so bored at home. School has been stressful and these free games are really helping me cool down.”

— Anogen Vasaheeran

Several gaming options are offered through this initiative. Some of the more popular options including Ratchet and Clank 2016, Fortnite, World of Tanks, Brawlhalla, Call of Duty Warzone, and Uncharted 4.

In addition to slowing the spread of COVID-19, these games can help ps4 young gamers relax during the stressful school year. King student and gamer, Anogen Vasaheeran told the Kingsley Voice, “ I think it’s cool that I can get some free games on my ps4, I’ve been so bored at home. School has been stressful and these free games are really helping me cool down”.

What better way to help maintain herd immunity than to stay at home and play! Together, we can stop the spread of COVID-19.

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