PS4 gamers can try out a new range of PlayStation bonuses and rewards for free today.
Even if you don’t have a PS Plus subscription, there should be something for everyone to download and play from the PlayStation Store, for no extra charge.
Brawlout, a platform battler in the same guise as Super Smash, has seen a new demo released for it on the PlayStation 4.
This trial version of the game can be downloaded today on the PS4 and has received solid review scores on the PlayStation Store.
The game has a much more mixed rating on Metacritic, but this might be because of the low amount of user scores it is based on.
The good news is that the Brawlout demo gives platformer fans a choice of three playable fighters each week.
This is based on a rotation, meaning the demo lineup for Brawlout will continue to be refreshed.
It should also be noted that the new trial is a tiny download, meaning it will be easy to fit on your PlayStation 4.
“Brawlout blends platform fighter mechanics and traditional fighting gameplay,” the official game description reads.
“Striking the balance between the growing competitive scene and the genre’s party game roots, Brawlout hopes to cater to the veteran platform fighter, the casual fan and the newcomer looking to make their mark.
“Each character in Brawlout has their own unique playstyle, catering to specific character archetypes seen in other fighters.
“There are currently six original characters and four popular indie characters to choose from that allow for varied play styles, including Dead Cells, Yooka-Laylee, Guacamelee and Hyper Light Drifter.
More demos are expected to be released on the PlayStation Store very soon, with plenty to choose from right now.
This includes the new Everybody’s Golf VR Demo, which is also available to download and play this weekend.
As you might expect, gamers will need a PlayStation VR headset to enjoy this trial, which requires around 4GB of space on your PS4.
According to Sony, The demo lets you play in the full game’s practice area, as well as enjoy the scenery from the Forest Course’s teeing ground.
The content available in the demo is pretty limited due to the full game being released on May 22.
But fans can still get some practice in before launch day, with a post from Sony teasing: “To help you get into the swing of things in the demo, we’d like to talk a little about the game’s all-new shot system.
“In Everybody’s Golf VR, the shot system is as simple as swinging the controller like a golf club. Though it’s simple enough for anyone to enjoy, it also has a lot of depth.”
So if you are planning on snapping up this new VR release next week, the Everybody’s Golf VR demo should be an essential download today.
The free demo for Monster Hunter World is also still available to download on PS4 and won’t be disappearing from the digital store until Monday, May 20.
Anyone with a console and an internet connection can download and play MHW, although multiplayer services do require a PS Plus subscription.
The MHW Trial weighs in at just under 15GB and has limited progression available, which only goes up to Hunter Rank 4.
This means you can create your Hunter and Palico companion, and access all the features the game has to offer up until that point in the story (HR4).
And there are plenty of other choices can be found on the PlayStation Store, including a recently released RPG demo for Rainbow Skies and World of Warships: Legends.