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Sony announces new Free-to-Play games for PS4

Jun 10 2014, 12:27am CDT | by , in News | E3

Sony announces new Free-to-Play games for PS4
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The F2P initiative is another testament to what makes PlayStation a leader in the industry.

At the Sony's E3 Press Conference earlier today, the company introduced a string of Free-to-Play (F2P) games. Working with Worldwide Studios and other third-party partners, Sony came up with the PlayStation F2P initiative which hopes to offer gamers the chance to try a  variety of games for free.

"We’ll leave it up to you, the gamer, to decide how much you want to invest in the game," Sony said.

The F2P titles will include GUNS UP!, Fat Princess: Piece of Cake, BigFest, and PAIN Free to Play. Furthermore, Sony announced new third-party F2P titles that included Kingdom Under Fire II, Reaper, Onigiri, PlanetSide 2, My Singing Monsters, Loadout, and War Thunder.

 

"The F2P initiative is another testament to what makes PlayStation a leader in the industry. From Triple-A blockbusters like DRIVECLUB, The Order: 1886, and Bloodborne to the recently announced free-to-play titles, PlayStation is home to amazing content," writes Sony's John Koller. 

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