Sony Play at Home Initiative redeemed 60 million games

According to PlayStation President and CEO Jim Ryan (Jim Ryan), Sony’s “Play at Home” program is very popular among gamers.

and GI.biz, Ryan said that during the launch of the program, free games have been redeemed 60 million times by PlayStation players.


In order to help people cope with the Covid-19 blockade, Sony released free games in two waves, providing people with some good things in difficult times.

“When everyone was struggling for the first lockdown, it shocked us and we thought it would be a good thing,” Ryan said. “We were able to do this and we were very satisfied with the response.

“Then we spent Christmas, we started to lock down again, everyone…a bit miserable. We thought it would be a good thing to repeat it. So we did it again, this time in a period of several months , And now 60 million games have actually been redeemed as part of the event.”

Play At Home debuted in April 2020, users can download Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey – or Knack 2, if you are in Germany or China.

It was brought back in March this year and kicked off with the 2016 Ratchet & Clank. Ten additional titles have been added, including Abzu, Enter the Gungeon, Rez Infinite, Subnautica, The Witness and Moss.

The program ended in April with “Horizon: Zero Dawn.”

Ryan said that if the blockade occurs again, Sony may re-launch home-playing games.