Sony has announced that it will Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Journey to all the players of PlayStation 4 (once obtained, you will have the property in your library). The measure was taken as part of the initiative Play at Home, as it has unveiled Jim Ryan, ceo of the company. Before the crisis of the COVID-19, the japanese are aware of that a good part of the citizens and of the studies indie are confined or subjected to other measures of social distancing.
“Play at Home has two components: the first, provide free games to help support the PlayStation community entertaining at home; finally, to establish a fund to support small independent study that may be experiencing financial problems or difficulties to continue creating great experiences for the players”, argues the executive.
From the 15 April until 5 may, users from around the world will be able to be done with these games. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection includes the original trilogy remastered the series from Naughty Dog, that is to say, Uncharted: Fortune Drake, Uncharted 2: Among thieves and Uncharted 3: Drake’s deception. Journey, in contrast, is a separate title developed by Thatgamecompany, noted for the beauty of its graphic section, and for offering a different experience.
Knack 2 in Germany and China
It should be noted that the users of China and Germany do not enjoy the story of Nathan Drake. Sony has confirmed that in these countries it will be replaced for Knack 2, other video games first-party of the company. “We cannot imagine a better moment for the adventures of globetrotting of Nathan Drake, a cast of iconic characters, treasure hunt exciting and gameplay full of action,” says Ryan. On Journey, mentioned that it is a game that reaffirms the importance of life, “a message that perhaps is more crucial now than ever.”
Sony Interactive Entertainement will donate also 10 million dollars to a fund reserved for independent studies. “Indie developers are vital, the heart and the soul the community of players. We understand the dificulades financial that many small studios are faced with”.
Source | Hollywood Reporter