Christmas is around the corner, and the Holiday season is in full swing. And to celebrate, Sony Interactive Entertainment is sending out some free PlayStation 4 goodies.
That's right, today some PS4 users received an email from PlayStation with the subject title "[Insert] PSN NAME, unwrap your special gift." And what's your special gift? Well, a special free dynamic theme.
"We wanted to thank you, the PlayStation community, for a glorious 2018," writes Sony. "Together we've embarked on new journeys, battled heroic fights, and saved the world. The power of play is what brings us together."
Sony sending emails for a free Happy Holidays dynamic theme with the subject title "[PSN NAME], unwrap your special holiday gift" pic.twitter.com/URyX4gcV8e— Wario64 (@Wario64) December 15, 2018
It's unclear if every PlayStation 4 user is receiving the theme, but a ton are reporting that they have received the code. Sometimes Sony is selective with this type of stuff, but it doesn't appear that's the case this time. I know I got one, and I never get the free stuff emails from PlayStation. If you didn't get one, make sure promotions are turned on for your account.
Here's the theme in-action so you'll know if you want to spend the time to download it or not:
As you can see, it unfortunately does not feature Kratos in a Santa hat, but it's pretty nice. In fact, in terms of official PlayStation-designed PS4 themes, I must say it's one of the better ones. The music is relaxing, the design is clean and simple, and it really does make things feel more Christmas-y and Holiday-y.
It's now one of the favorite themes I own, but it's still not as good as the god-tier Firewatch and Observer dynamic themes.
As always, feel free to leave a comment letting us know what you think. Did you receive the free theme? Will you rock it for the Holiday season? What PlayStation 4 theme is your go-to?
Also, feel free to hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ to talk PlayStation 4 themes and let me know which ones I need to add to my collection. I have a ton, but I'm always looking to add more.