In an attempt to make up for PSN downtime and regain customer confidence, Sony is offering members of the PlayStation Network the option to pick two free games for the PlayStation 3 and two for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) as part of the company's Welcome Back program.
This offer comes while Sony tries to provide customers with a token of appreciation after the Playstation Network was down due to hacker attacks that caused a 3 week outage and a massive data breach of both the PSN and SOE networks.
The games being offered for the PS3 console are: Dead Nation, inFAMOUS, LittleBigPlanet, Super Stardust HD and Wipeout HD + Fury.
The games offered on the PSP handheld are: LittleBigPlanet, ModNation Racers, Pursuit Force and Killzone Liberation.
In addition, the company is offering selected free movie rentals, PlayStation Home items and 30 days of free PlayStation Plus services to non-subscribers.
Current PlayStation Plus subscribers will get 60 days of free subscription and Music Unlimited Premium/Basic. Subscribers will get 30 free days and be compensated for days the network was out.
All told, the package comes to just over $100 in freebies, if you’re eligible to download four games.
For Sony Online Entertainment account holders, the company is offering 45 days of free game time and 500 Station Cash, the network’s online currency.
The company is also offering a year of free identity theft protection to anyone who enrolls by June 18.
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