Their incentive package offers two free PS3 games, from a choice of five, and 1 month’s free membership to its premium services.
The choice of games is as follows:
- LittleBigPlanet (£6.50 on Play.com)
- Infamous* (£12.48 on Play.com)
- Wipeout HD/Fury (£29.99 on Amazon)
- Ratchet and Clank: Quest for Booty (£8.99 on Play.com)
- Dead Nation* (£17.99 on Play.com)
*For our readers in the German market, InFamous and Dead Nation will be replaced with Super Stardust HD and Hustle Kings.
Looking at the list, the list of games is quite old, making the package a bit disappointing for such an event. Thankfully, I’m already using an Xbox 360 so don’t have to consider selling a PlayStation 3 following this recent event.
In addition to these free games, users have also been offered 30 days free PlayStation Plus membership – allowing them premium content that is not available to free users. Existing PlayStation Plus subscribers receive 60 days free.
Sony Online Entertainment users – another network affected by the recent hack, will receive their own package of 45 days of game time and in-game currency.
The investigation into the Sony hack by Guidance Software and Data Forte continues..