PS Plus Subscribers Can Now Get Tom Clancy’s EndWar For No Extra Charge

When August’s PS Plus update was announced there was some outcry as it was discovered that one of the games offered, Retro/Grade, had already been a part of the promotion back in 2012. Now Sony has apologised for offering a game that has already appeared on the service, and has tried to rectify the situation. To do this Sony is now offering Tom Clancy’s EndWar on PS3 to Plus subscribers.

We would like to apologise for an error that lead to Retro/Grade being offered as one of this month’s free to download games on PS Plus.

We are aware that this title has previously been made available as part of the service in 2012 and had not intended to offer it again. We have now looked into and addressed this issue to ensure that it does not happen in the future.

EndWar originally released in 2008 and since some eight years have passed the online mutiplayer servers are offline. You can still go through the campaign which offers a number of scenarios to conquer through strategy.

Source: PS Blog

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  1. No point since the servers are off. I swear Sony doesn’t keep track of the games that were free before. I am still waiting on Knack for PS Plus!

  2. so they give us one that’s even older. o_O

    still, i never did play that game, so there’s that.
    of course the reason i didn’t play it was because it didn’t look that interesting to me.

    but i might as well give it a try.

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