New Websites Allow You to Play Browser Games on Xbox One and PS4 for Free Leigh Groocock January 23, 2014 If you’re struggling to find a game that interests you on your fancy next generation system, you’ll be happy to know that a whole bunch of games are now available for free and accessible directly through the consoles web browser. The browser that is built into both the Xbox One and Playstation 4 now lets you play games directly through the web as long as it supports the systems controller thanks to HTML5. Each console has its own specific website that can be accessed at any time and each are being constantly updated with new games; the only restriction is whether the developer takes advantage of the controller as anyone can submit a game to the site. The Xbox One free game portal is called “Xboxie” and the Playstation 4’s site is titled “Sonyfied”, just open up the browser and go to these sites and you’ll be greeted by an ever-growing range of titles such as the beloved classic PacMan, the mobile hit Cut The Rope and addictive Solitaire, plus many, many more. Played any? Let us know which is your favourite below. KingKellogg The Waffle Haggler That is awesome, I shall try this tonight! Butthurtps4 Surprisingly these games aren’t half bad http://whatisplaystation4.com/ B.M. Garrett Thanks for the info. Tried it out on Xbox One and it works pretty good. Some games don’t have sound though. Other than that, games like Cut The Rope worked well.