Sony’s Patrick Seybold has announced via the PlayStation Blog how the company is planning on repaying users for their patience during the PSN outage. As previously reported, the Welcome Back package includes two free PS3 games, two free PSP games, free movie rentals, and a few other items.
“Now that some PlayStation Network and Qriocity services have been restored and you’re once again enjoying online gaming and entertainment, we’re happy to provide details about the “Welcome Back” appreciation program for customers in North America,” said Seybold.
All PlayStation Network customers can select two PS3 games from the following list. The games will be available for 30 days shortly after PlayStation Store is restored and can be kept forever.
– Dead Nation
– Super Stardust HD
– Wipeout HD + Fury
For PSP owners, you will be eligible to download two PSP games from the following list. The games will be available for 30 days shortly after PlayStation Store is restored and can be kept forever.
– LittleBigPlanet (PSP)
– ModNation Racers
– Pursuit Force
– Killzone Liberation
– A selection of “On Us” rental movie titles will be available to PlayStation Network customers over one weekend, where Video Service is available. Those titles will be announced soon.
– 30 days free PlayStation Plus membership for non PlayStation Plus subscribers.
– Existing PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive an additional 60 days of free subscription.
– Existing Music Unlimited Premium Trial subscription members will receive an additional 30 days of free premium subscription.
– Additional 30 days + time lost for existing members of Music Unlimited Premium/Basic subscription free of charge for existing Premium/Basic members.
– To welcome users Home, PlayStation Home will be offering 100 free virtual items. Additional free content will be released soon, including the next addition to the Home Mansion personal space, and Ooblag’s Alien Casino, an exclusive game.
That chalks up to a lot of free content for just under a months wait. As services come back online worldwide, the event becomes just a distant memory that is already in the past.