PlayStation’s Days of Play event returns and promises a ton of goodies for all gamers on Team Blue. From free multiplayer to nifty new challenges, there is a lot to look forward to regarding the event’s return, so let’s dive right in and see what’s ahead.
First and foremost; the return of PlayStation Player Celebration. What this is particular celebration offers is a special event that allows for the community to come together in order to achieve a shared set of challenges in the hopes of earning some sweet, sweet, freebie rewards such as PSN avatars and PS4 themes. Registration for this particular event is live and will remain so until May 31. The main event kicks off on May 18, here’s how to register and what to do:
- Register with your PSN Sign-in ID here
- Log on May 18 with the first stage of community goals: Games Goal
- Play PS4 and PS5 games to hit the targeted number of games for each weekly goal
There will be a games goal, which means total number of titles played, a Trophies goal for earned Trophies, and a bonus goal. Once the first two achievements are won, then the bonus goal will unlock.
Stage One on May 18 kicks off at 12:00 a.m. Pacific through May 24 at 11:59: p.m. Pacific. Stage Two is poised to kick off on May 25 at 12:00 a.m. Pacific to May 31 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific. Stage Three concludes the whole event, starting on June 1 at the same time as the previous two stages, with an end date of June 7.
- Stage One: 2.4 million games played for the community goal, 7.2 million Trophies earned
- Bonus goal: 3 million games played, 8.8 million Trophies earned
- Stage Two: 2.9 million games played, 8.5 million Trophies earned
- Bonus goal: 3.6 million games played, 10.4 million Trophies earned
- Stage Three: 3 million games played, 9 million Trophies earned
- Bonus goal: 3.7 million games played, 11 million Trophies earned
If all of the goals are reached, then there is a cumulative prize for all with an additional PSN avatar and PS4 dynamic theme. Also included during this time are special sales on games and free online multiplayer weekends for those to get online and play with friends across PS4 and PS5 ecosystems without PlayStation Plus, according to the PlayStation Blog.
So get gaming gamers, and come up with your plan of attack in the comment section below!