PlayStation drops brand-new free game, available to download now
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Featured Image Credit: Krzysztof Hepner via Unsplash, Sony
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, this month just got way better thanks to an unmissable day-one release.
Admittedly, Essential-tier subscribers have had it pretty rough this March. Let’s face it, Battlefield 2042 was never going to go down well as one of the monthly free games, but the action RPG Code Vein has also disappointed many players. At least there’s still Minecraft Dungeons, right? Well, if that doesn’t strike your fancy, fear not - the Extra and Premium tier additions have landed, and there’s one gem in particular that you need to try.
Take a look at the trailer for Tchia below.
Today (21 March), those subscribed to PS Plus Extra or Premium can download and play the gorgeous action adventure title Tchia as part of their subscription. In case you were unfamiliar, the game follows the journey of a young girl on a mission to rescue her kidnapped father. Her mission takes her across an archipelago inspired by New Caledonia.
At the time of writing, Tchia has a critic score of 79 on Metacritic, which is nothing to be sniffed at. In her review, GAMINGbible’s very own Kate Harrold gave the game a nine out of 10, and praised the beautiful world as well as the feel-good vibes that the title is brimming with. She wrote: “Tchia is not just a love letter to New Caledonia, it’s a love letter to life - celebrating all that is good in the world. From music to nature to spending time with those we love, Tchia demands very little of you - and I mean that in the best way. It simply asks you to be present and to embrace the experience ahead - one that’ll bring you equal heaps of joy and relaxation.”
If Tchia isn’t your thing for whatever reason, fear not. Plenty more games are also now available via the Extra tier library including Ghostwire: Tokyo and Neo: The World Ends With You - there's sure to be something in there that you'll enjoy.
Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, PlayStation 5