Sony has just announced its lineup of free games which include a handful of very interesting indie games as well as the PlayStation exclusive, Horizon Zero Dawn.
Offered as part of Sony’s Play At Home program, players will finally be able to play the PS4-exclusive on next-gen consoles. Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the few exclusives that were missing from Sony’s PlayStation Plus Collection with big-name titles like God of War, The Last of Us: Remastered, Final Fantasy XV, and more. It will be available to download for free for PlayStation Plus subscribers from April 19th to May 14th only.
But while waiting for the game to drop, players will be able to enjoy a couple of indie games that will also be given out for free. Starting March 25th, PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download a total of 9 games, including some favorites like Subnautica, Enter the Gungeon, ABZÛ, and Rez Infinite.
Sony’s Play At Home initiative was a program crafted last April to encourage players to stay at home during the pandemic. The program was revived again this year with Ratchet and Clank as its first free offering last March. Ratchet and Clank is still available to download on the PlayStation store.