Playstation's offer for confinement comes to an end. It is also the last chance to get Uncharted 4 and DIRT Rally 2.0 for Plus users.
On the occasion of the current pandemic by Covid-19, Sony wanted to contribute, like other studios, to making confinement more pleasant for its users, giving two PS4 games to anyone with a Playstation account: Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey. Now, that offer is heading towards its final stretch, since its end was set for May 5 (inclusive), so it is the perfect opportunity for all those who have not been vigilant these days.
There is no special condition for downloading these games, there is no need for Plus and the games will be permanently available in your digital library to download and play whenever you want. Nathan Drake's collection is made up of remastered versions of the classic Naughty Dog titles on PS3, including a second part that is clearly among the best games of the past generation and deserves to be played by everyone. On the other hand, Journey is a magical game, short but impressive, which is also a good treat for any video game fan who wants to try something new.
On the other hand, for those who are users of Plus, it is convenient to remember that it is the last day to incorporate the April games into their service: Uncharted 4 and DIRT Rally 2.0, since at the end of day 5 they will no longer be available and we will not be able to incorporate them into our library even if we are subscribed to Plus. With Uncharted 4 there has also been a problem-solved-that it did not appear in certain libraries and when trying to acquire it from the Store we got an error message. If this happens to you, search it manually in your library using the search engine to make sure you really have it.