Last week Sony announced the video games that they will give to the subscribers of the program PS Plus during the month of may. The two titles chosen by the company – which are already available for download – are Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19; Apparently, this selection was not very liked by users of the subscription service, who They have started a campaign to collect signatures so that Sony retracts and changes the titles given away this month.
Almost 30,000 users
PS Plus have signed a petition in Change.org
with which Sony is asked to change these two games for more attractive ones. The campaign focuses on the fact that a few days before the two video games that came to PS Plus in May became official rumors arose that the company would give away Dark Souls Remastered
and Dying Light
, which charmed the community that ended up looking forward to them. disappointment
It was capital when it was finally announced that the PS Plus titles for May would be Cities: Skylines
and Farming Simulator 19
, instead of the two previously rumored.
Direct blackmail to Jim Ryan, Sony CEO
This request is addressed directly to Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony
, although the creator, anonymous, also takes advantage of the current situation of the coronavirus crisis to request a change in this month's selection: "Please sign up to get the change. Do it for the NHS (National Health Service of the United Kingdom) , do it for all those who are in isolation, do it for the gamers!
"reads the description of the campaign.
The creator of the campaign adds more drama to the end of the Change.org petition text, saying that until the games given away are changed, "PS Plus users will be forced to feel bad," considering that Sony "It has left them in the dark when they most needed good games"