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PlayStation’s Days of Play Starts May 18

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Sony’s annual Days of Play celebration is set to begin next week and this year includes some prizes for those who decide to sign up for the free themes and avatars.

This year, the PlayStation community is being asked to work together and play as one to earn prizes. Each time you play, you add towards the community goal and each time that stage goal is reached you unlock an avatar or theme for your PlayStation 4.

So what prices are there, you may be asking. I’ve screen grabbed the pool of goodies you can work towards below:

The PlayStation Player Celebration opened today and Sony said it’ll stay open until the end of the month, May 31. Simply log into and on May 18, start playing games to get through the three stages and completing the community goals.

Stage One begins May 18 and runs until May 24:

Community Goal:
2.4M Games played
7.2M Trophies earned

Bonus Goal:
3.0M Games played
8.8M Trophies earned

Stage Two begins on May 25 and runs until May 31:

Community Goal:
2.9M Games played
8.5M Trophies earned

Bonus Goal:
3.6M Games played
10.4M Trophies earned

Stage Three begins on June 1 and runs until June 7:

Community Goal:
3.0M Games played
9.0M Trophies earned

Bonus Goal:
3.7M Games played
11.0M Trophies earned

Stage One prizes include an exclusive PS4 dynamic theme and PSN avatar, with the bonus prize being three exclusive PSN avatars. Stage Two prizes include five exclusive PSN avatars with the bonus prize being three exclusive PSN avatars. Stage Three prizes include an exclusive PS4 dynamic theme and PSN avatar, with the bonus prize being three exclusive PSN avatars.
A Days of Play sale will kick off later this month, and the sale will feature PS4 and PS5 titles.

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