Today Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the games PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download at no additional cost in February.
PS4-only titles include Hitman: The Complete First Season by I/O interactive, for those who picked up Hitman 2 and want to delve in the past of Agent 47.
We also get Ubisoft’s For Honor, which is great because the game has improved a ton since its release, as many Ubisoft titles as of late.
PS3 players will get a true classic with Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (a game by Hideo Kojima) and Divekick, which also includes the PS Vita version.
Gunhouse and Rogue Aces close the lineup for PS Vita, and both will be included for PS4 as well. Incidentally, this is the last month for PS Vita and PS3. They had a great run, but it’s time to move on.
If the month didn’t look great already, in Early February PlayStation Plus subscribers will get 100 GB of online storage for their files instead of the current 10.
This is certainly welcome since I was getting sick to see all the failures to upload my tens of Persona 5 save files.
Below you can check out a trailer providing a refresher on all the games involved.