EA offering free PlayStation Games for PS3, PS4, Vita but only until 12AM PT [Update]

PlayStation owners may be about to smile, as this weekend they can get their hands on some free games.

EA is offering a free game for every "modern" PlayStation console (those being the PS3, PS4 and PS Vita) , but only for this weekend, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the PlayStation.

The promotion runs until midnight (Pacific) on December 7th, so time is limited. EA is offering Need for Speed: Most Wanted for the PlayStation Vita, Mirror's Edge for the PS3 and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare for the PS4.

Mirror's Edge was first released in 2008, so it is not really a surprise that EA are offering it for free. With a 4/5 rating on Metacritic, Mirror's Edge was and still is a solid game.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (the 2012 version) is the game EA chose to offer for the PlayStation Vita. Need for Speed: Most Wanted is a slightly newer game than Mirror's Edge, and perhaps a slightly more desired game for the PS Vita. This game has been rated 9/10 by IGN, and is highly recommended.

Finally, EA is offering Plants Vs. Zombies for the PS4. The game, which started on mobile, has recently become quite popular on consoles, so it is good to see EA offering a popular game for free, even if only for a limited time. Normally retailing for almost £30, this is an absolute steal.

The games are available for download from the PlayStation Store for anybody with a PlayStation account. PlayStation Plus membership is not required.

This promotion is a limited time offer, so get downloading. Just make sure there's enough room on your hard drive.

Source: Engadget | Image: EA

Update: Post excerpt updated to reflect that Need For Speed: Most Wanted is for the PS Vita; not the PS4.

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