Play Doom for Free this Week­end on PlayStation


Alongside announcing its free games of the month for PS Plus members on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, Sony also announced that Doom will be free to play this weekend and will be available for a discounted price soon after, exclusively for PlayStation Plus members.

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PlayStation Plus members who’re interested in purchasing the game after the free-to-play period is over will get a discount of 50 percent in the PlayStation Store, available through August 3rd.

Other than that, for free-to-play, Dreadnaught is launching in open beta on August 1 and will be offering a $20 PlayStation Plus pack starting August 15. PS Plus members will also get Ravenswood Plus Pack free.

Sony also started offering its PlayStation Plus members a shot at That’s You from July 4 which will go on until October 24 in celebration of PlayLink’s Launch.

The game can be played among up to five family or friends using a smartphone or tablet via the free companion app and included tons of questions, texting games and drawing challenges to learn what others in the group think about you.


Orcs Must Die Unchained was also launched on July 18 and PlayStation Plus members not only gain access to the game but will also be awarded exclusive Orcs Must Die Unchained Plus Pack worth $20 until August 15.

Sony has also released PlayStation Plus Summer Movies for six weeks, featuring six popular titles including Boss Baby, Logan, LEGO Batman Movie, Power Rangers, Kong Skull Island and Ghost Shell.

PlayStation Plus members can rent and stream these movies for a period of 30 days at $0.99 per movie. Users can even watch these rented movies on an Android or iOS device via the PlayStation video app.

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