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Share of the Week – Travel

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Share of the Week – Travel

Players see the sights in these gaming highlights.

Last week, we sent you on a virtual vacation to show off gaming locations you’d love to travel to. From crystal clear lakes to towering cityscapes, you shared your favorite gaming travel spots using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here’s where to catch a ticket to next:


fabianhazuki would like to settle into a quiet visit to the town of Rhodes in Red Dead Redemption 2.


GravityShifters would like to float across the skyline of Lei Colmosna in Gravity Rush 2.


kasimarieDC would like to coast along the river of Ancient Eygpt in Assassin’s Creed Origins.


lorsteibel would like to travel to new and unknown worlds like in Journey to the Savage Planet.


Sefwick is ready to hit the big city in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.


vikingdad278 is ready to head to lakes of Oregon in this shot from Days Gone.

Search #PS4share and #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in the next Share of the Week?

Theme: Horizon Zero Dawn – 3rd Anniversary
Share by: 9am Pacific on Wednesday, March 4

We’re headed back to the world of Horizon Zero Dawn to celebrate its 3rd anniversary today! Share your favorite moments with Aloy using #PS4share and #PSBlog for a chance to be featured.

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  • Tried to get Dreams in there but I guess I posted it late.

    It’s disappointing to see the lack of support that Sony’s marketing has given to Dreams.

    I have single handedly attempted to promote the game by showing incredible user creations via social media.

    I even got a Ghost of Tsushima video made in Dreams to hit 340K views on Twitter.

    I routinely get Dreams videos to hit thousands of views on Twitter daily with my meager 640 followers.

    The game is just incredible and I believe in it. Hopefully us users can get it enough pub through guerrilla marketing.

    I love Sony btw. Congrats to the SotW winners.

    • I think Dreams is expected to be promoted by the players and creators. I think it has the potential to be greater than Minecraft in its long term player / creator penetration, but it will take time.

      I saw the Ghost of Tsushima video on Twitter. That was a stellar re-creation. Keep up the good work.

    • Good for you? I mean there are tons of people out there promoting Dreams. That is kind of the point. It’s not exactly a normal kind of game that Sony can promote easily. The best thing they could do was get it in people’s hands and let them do the promoting. Not to mention that Sony has a 10 year plan for it. Plenty of time for that game to grow.

  • So you have to use either Twitter or Instagram?
    I’ve been posting on PSN…

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