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PlayStation Plus, February 2020 free titles officially unveiled

In the past few minutes Sony has officially unveiled the free titles that will be added to the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus subscribers in February. The games are: BioShock: The Collection and ...

Playstation Plus - May games revealed

Sony recently announced that May Playstation Plus games are Overcooked and What Remains of Edit Finch, two extremely different titles, aimed at different categories of users but undoubtedly valid, especially if ...

PlayStation Plus Rewards - we discover the exclusive offers of the service

A Sony statement explains the new program reserved for subscribers of the Plus service, so let's find out in detail: Starting today, Monday, 15 April, all PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to access offers ...

Announced free titles for the month of April for PlayStation Plus subscribers

A few minutes ago the official Sony PlayStation YouTube channel, punctual as a Swiss watch, has officially unveiled the two free titles that will be added to the Instant Game Collection of PlayStation subscribers ...

PlayStation Plus, increased the space available in the cloud

As announced by Sony last month, the PlayStation Plus program has had a boost in the space available in the cloud. The space available for bailouts, previously reserved for 10GB, has literally been increased, ...
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PS Plus: January games without triple A

The 2019, for PS Plus subscribers, will start a little subdued. The free titles for the month of January have been announced and, unless you are a fan of the various genres ...

Playstation Plus, here are the free games available in December

Sony has announced the games available for free for PlayStation Plus program subscribers starting December 2017. On PlayStation 4 Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition and Kung Fu Panda will be published Final Clash ...
Game of Thrones, Until Dawn and all of the July PlayStation Plus games

Game of Thrones, Until Dawn and all the PS Plus games in July

Sony Interactive Entertainment has recently unveiled the lineup of titles that will constitute the precious booty for all subscribers of the PlayStation Plus service. Starting next month, and that is between ...

The Samsung Galaxy S20 has more RAM than most ...

Samsung recently announced the new Galaxy S20 range. The flagships of the Korean house will have an incredible amount of RAM: 8 GB and ...

Uncharted, the film will be a story about the origins of Nathan Drake

The long-awaited film based on the Naughty Dog video game, Uncharted will narrate the origins of the iconic protagonist. This was revealed by Tom Holland himself: "It's one ...

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