Every summer, four downloadable games are featured as part of Sony's PlayStation Play program. Today, Sony announced this year's lineup: CounterSpy, Hohokum, The Swapper, and Rogue Legacy. If you buy more than one of them, you'll get credit for use on the PlayStation Store.
This year, all four games will launch on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. But this doesn't mean each version is sold separately. The games will also all feature Cross-Buy across the three platforms, meaning a purchase on any system will net you the other versions at no additional cost.
The draw of the PS Play program, of course, is the money you get when you buy at least two of the games. Buy two of the titles and you'll get $3 on the PS Store. Buy three, and you'll receive $6. Purchase all four games and you'll get $10. If you choose to buy more than one, credit earned from this promotion will be sent no later than early September.
Additionally, if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, the games are discounted 20 percent if you preorder them. The prices of the games are:
- Rogue Legacy -- $16.99 ($13.59 preordered with a Plus subscription)
- The Swapper -- $19.99 ($15.99 preordered with Plus)
- Hohokum -- $14.99 ($11.99 preordered with Plus)
- CounterSpy -- $14.99 ($11.99 preordered with Plus)
Rogue Legacy launches on July 29, The Swapper on August 5, Hohokum on August 12, and CounterSpy on August 18. Rogue Legacy and the Swapper are already available on PC. While you wait for their PlayStation releases, you can check out our Rogue Legacy review and our Swapper review.
Which games are you thinking about picking up? Let us know in the comments!
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