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PlayStation 4 players can get a free gift to celebrate 2019’s Game of the Year

This week, Sony started sending out yet another free gift for players – and this one celebrates a title that was recognised as Games of the Year at The Game Awards 2019.

This makes three free gifts from Sony in as many weeks – we've already seen a free Christmas theme and Untitled Goose Game gift this month.

Reports from across the internet suggest that Sony is now sending out codes to PlayStation 4 users in Europe and North America which that allows them to unlock a Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice theme for use on their console.

So if Christmas or geese aren't your thing, maybe spooky scary samurai demons are… Sony is catering to all tastes.

Want a closer look at this theme? You can see it in action on the YouTube clip just below.

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How to download this free PS4 theme?

To nab this free theme, you simply need to download it to your console from the PlayStation Store – you can do that by navigating to it on your console, or by clicking here.

Enter your date of birth, fill out the fields that are required, and if your browser is synced up to your console, you'll be able to download the theme from the site.

Otherwise, you'll have to head over to the PlayStation Store on your console and search out the theme manually.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the latest game from the talented minds at From Software, and early this year it dominated the charts as gaming masochists the world over tried to battle the game's imposing difficulty curve.

Our review gave the game 5/5, and reviewer Rebecca Stow noted:

"Though Sekiro feels impossibly hard at times, the level of euphoria you experience when delivering a death blow to a tricky boss or when you finally clear a castle grounds of all enemies is almost unparalleled."

However, Rebecca also cautioned that the game is rock hard:

"However, as the old saying goes, when you live by the sword, you die by the sword, and players need to be aware that this is a game that will see you die many, many times."

So if you've struggled with Dark Souls or Bloodborne in the past, don't expect an easy ride.

You can read the full review at the link.

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