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PS5 owners have one last chance to grab 19 free games

PS5 owners have one last chance to grab 19 free games

Sony sneakily mentioned that this offer is on its way out.

Presently, PlayStation Plus subscribers are able to add another 19 excellent games from first-party and third-party developers to their libraries, but the offer isn't active forever.

Namely, this is the PlayStation Plus Collection, announced in late 2020, and we actually ranked all 18 games for your advisement on which ones to prioritise in what I assume to be your elephantine backlog of games from the last few years. We are spoiled, aren't we.

Sony concealed the news of the expiry of the PlayStation Plus Collection amongst the February Essential titles so you're totally not at fault if this is a surprise to you. However, with fan-favourites like Days Gone, God of War, Ratchet and Clank and The Last Guardian available for free, you won't want to miss out.

Check out the trailer for Days Gone here:

It's worth stating here that this offer only applies to those on the PlayStation 5. I know, it stings, but there's nothing that I can do about that. The games are as follows:

You'd be the silliest of geese to decide these aren't for you. Firstly, there's something for everyone here, from sprawling RPGs to cinematic narratives to colourful adventures. Secondly, even if you're not interested now, there's nothing to say that you won't be later down the line.

"On May 9 the PlayStation Plus Collection will no longer be offered. If you haven’t redeemed the titles in this collection yet, you can still do so until May 9, which will enable you to access those titles even after this date for as long as you remain a PlayStation Plus member," said Sony. As such, there's still time to mobilise and capture the Collection for yourselves, yet I'd definitely do it sooner rather than later.

Featured Image Credit: Amar Preciado via Pexels, Sony

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus