Grab Knack and Rime as Part of February’s Playstation Plus Lineup

Get caught up with this month's new freebies.
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February is rife with colorful games coming to PlayStation Plus, so make sure you get in on the goodies before the month passes by in the blink of an eye.

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You can pick up both the puzzle adventure Rime and platform/adventure title Knack this month, both excellent games that you can breeze through in a couple weekends for free. Knack is an especially good idea since Knack 2 released, and you can get caught up with the first game now before hitting its sequel. Rime is a colorful puzzler that recently made its way to Switch, and it’s certainly worth trying out.

The bonus game comes in the form of Starblood Arena, which will be available and up for grabs until March 6. It’s an arena combat game that’s meant for play with PlayStation VR and created entirely for VR at that.

PlayStation 3 owners can download Spelunker HD and Mugen Souls Z, where PS Vita fans can nab Grand Kingdom and Exiles End. There’s a decent selection of free games you can get this month, so if you’re looking to add to your collection, make sure you grab them and download them.

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