Sony’s PlayStation Days of Play event is back for 2021, and its offering special rewards to earn, sales, a free multiplayer weekend, and more. Sony went through all the details in a blog post, but you can check out some highlights below.
Players can register to take part in an event which asks users to work together to play games and earn Trophies, thus unlocking special rewards like PSN avatars and themes.
Registration is open and available right now and you can sign up, here. Stage one begins May 18t, in which players can earn points toward three different goals. The first one is simply playing a PS4 or PS5 game for at least an hour during the week. Double points will be rewarded if you play games with friends who are also registered.
The second goal calls on players to earn Trophies, needing to reach a certain number to reach the goal. Each person can unlock a maximum of six PS4/PS5 trophies per week to count towards this.
The third goal is the a Bonus goal. Should the Games and Trophies goals be completed, a new set of extra goals will be announced and detailed.
As far as rewards go, its just as it has been in the past. Players will receive special PSN avatars and PS4 dynamic themes, which will be delivered to the inbox of your console. As a friendly reminder, dynamic themes are only available on PS4.
Days Of Play Celebration Sale
Alongside the Days of Play event is a sale on PS4 and PS5 games, as well as “other select products and more,” as announced by Sony. Of course, the games prices will vary depending on your region. Sony hasn’t given any details on the sale aside from announcing the sale.
Free Multiplayer Weekend
PlayStation owners will not need PlayStation Plus to play games online across PS4 and PS5 with a free multiplayer weekend. However, Sony did not specify which weekend will be free.
Share Of The Week
This is part of the Days of Play event, with Sony kicking off the “Share of the Week” event where the company will select user creations based on a particular theme. The first will be announced on May 14th, with the contest starting shortly after.
You can learn more about 2021 Days of Play on the PlayStation Blog.