Sign up for PS Plus, get Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty free

Wednesday, 1st September 2010 13:05 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Free games. Awesome. There’s a catch, though.

SCEE’s announced that anyone who signs up for a year-long PlayStation Plus membership, beginning today and ending October 5, will get a free copy of Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty to keep. Forever.

The game was released as a PSN title in 2008, although did get a small-scale Blu-ray release soon after. It was developer Insomniac’s third PS3-developed title at the time.

Sony’s also announced the line-up for the service for the next two months. This month sees an hour-long full game trial of Warhawk and Oddworld: Abe’s Odysee come included.

And in October, there’s Gravity Crash and more.

Get full details over at the EU PS Blog.



  1. ivycrew707

    Starting to wonder who is in charge of this service

    #1 4 years ago
  2. Razor

    PSN Monkey of course.

    #2 4 years ago
  3. DrDamn

    List for October …

    PSN: Street Fighter 2 HD Remix
    minis: Aero Racer, Yeti Sports
    PSOne Classic: Syphon Filter
    Full Game Trial: Gravity Crash (Plus exclusive 50% discount for Plus members on purchase), Hustle Kings (Plus exclusive 50% discount for Plus members on purchase)
    Exclusive Discounts: Burn Zombie Burn (inc. free exclusive Home item for Plus members who buy)
    Dynamic themes: Exclusive Move ‘Start the Party’ theme, Exclusive ‘Halloween’ theme
    Premium avatars: Pain: Jarvis and Le Toot Avavtars, SingStar: Wannabe and Rising Star Avatars

    #3 4 years ago
  4. Max Pain

    all ready got the 1 year sub .. and i also got that game. :/

    its a good game tho, abit short but FUN !

    #4 4 years ago
  5. theevilaires

    No trophies no want. Plain and simple go back and do trophy patches for these damn games SONY. You will sell a shit load.

    #5 4 years ago
  6. Syrok

    Silly TEA. You’re supposed to play games for the sake of entertainment, not imaginary rewards.


    #6 4 years ago

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