PS4s latest games can also be downloaded for free from a free version of the PlayStation Store.
The PlayStation Store is now the only place you can get free games on the console, meaning you can now get a PS4 game free without even buying the retail version.
The news was revealed at the PS4 Pro event at E3 2017.
Free PS4 titles are available for download on the PS 4 Pro in a range of formats, including on the new Sony Bravia TV, PS4 Smart TV and PlayStation Vita.
PS4 users can now download games like the latest Doom, Gears of War, Hitman: Absolution, Rocket League and more for free, which comes after the company announced earlier this month that it was making it easier for people to download PS4-exclusive content from the Play Store.
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PS4 Games to Get Free From PS4 in 2018 The free PS4 software will roll out to the rest of the PS ecosystem later this year.
This is the second time in a row that the PS5 is going to get a free software update.
Earlier this year, the PS6 was also upgraded to the next-gen PS4 hardware, meaning that you can expect free updates to games like Forza Motorsport 5, Forza Horizon 3 and more.
It’s a huge deal for Sony as it means gamers can play more of the games they love and have access to games that they might otherwise not be able to play, even if they’re still buying the PS1.
Free PS5 games on PS4 are currently available to download from the Sony Bravias PS Store and the PS3 Games and Music app.
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