PlayStation 4 Players Figured out a ‘Genius’ Way of Getting Resident Evil 7 for Free

Published 08/19/2021, 9:53 AM EDT


Resident Evil 7 is a highly popular horror survival game. Resident Evil 7 is the ultimate game that bought the game franchise back from its action-oriented slump. Until now, players had to buy the game in order to explore the horror world but now, PlayStation 4 players figured out a smart way of getting Resident Evil 7 for absolutely free. However, this involves some risks as well. Redeem the free game at your own risk as you might end up losing your account or getting banned from further playing the game.

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How to get the free Resident Evil 7?

Getting free Resident Evil 7 is quite simple, actually. It doesn’t need any hard work or hacking at all. The recent bug in the PlayStation store allows players to nab the game for free. However, this is only for those players who have PlayStation Plus subscriptions. To get the game for free, head over to the PlayStation store and download the Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour demo.

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After this, through the demo page, buy the game option and select the third image on the right. Once you are done with this, you will find a ‘choose version box’ option, select the second option under it. The game price is reduced to zero there. That’s literally it. The game is all yours and you do not have to pay even a penny for it. The tasty 100% discount on the game is all yours. This little trick might create some issues later, so heads-up for that.

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In the past, Sony has banned many accounts that were exploring free games or glitches like these. Sony hasn’t said a word about the glitch yet, but right now the glitch is resolved completely. If anyone tries to replicate the glitch now, there will an error message. Sony was pretty wise to act so quickly on this matter. It is also unclear whether those free downloads will work now. Looks like Sony is pretty angry right now.

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What do you think about this matter? Did you grab the game for free? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Vitasta Singh

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Vitasta Singh is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. She is currently pursuing her graduation in English Literature and Psychology. Before joining EssentiallySports she used to write articles for Silver Mantle Solutions on various niches such as games, fitness, business, entertainment, and fashion.

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