Just as Sony promised back in February, it’s giving away more PlayStation games this month as part of the Play At Home program – and yes, you still don’t need a PS Plus subscription to get them. The latest round of freebies includes Witness, an open world game that lets you explore an island to discover clues and complete 3D puzzles so you can regain your memory and find your way home. Moss, which was previously a PSVR exclusive, is also on the list. In the Zelda-like VR game, you control a mouse inside to navigate platforms, solve puzzles and fight enemies.
Giant Ink Underwater Adventure Abzû is now also available for free download if you are in the mood to swim with sea creatures and explore the ruins and murals of an ancient civilization. You can also download dungeon crawler for weapon combat Enter the Gungeon and VR shooter Rez Infinite, which has been upgraded by members of the original PS4 and PSVR development team, free of charge. The list includes underwater survival games Subnautica and VR platform player Astro Bot Rescue Mission, too. Finally, you can dance like a space beetle in rhythm action games Thumper and explore a world inhabited by origami-like animals in Paper Beast.
Sony originally launched the Play At Home program last year for players hiding at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. It revived the initiative in February, promising several months of free games to encourage people to maintain social distance. These specific sets of games will be available for free until April 22 23:00 ET. Ratchet & Clank, which was included in the list of free games in February, will remain freebie until March 31