Sony has confirmed all the free games that will be included for the PlayStation Plus in the month of February 2022, before the subscription can finally include the news.
As officially revealed by the company, and as you can see in the Tweet below, it is specifically:
- Planet Coaster: Console Edition | PS5
- EA Sports UFC 4 | PS4
- Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure | PS4
The first two games that have been loved a lot by fans of their respective genres, and with the third that prepares any lover of the world of Borderlands for the arrival of the upcoming spin-off.
Waiting to find out how the service will evolve, with more and more rumors anticipating the arrival of the named update Spartacus (you can find our in-depth analysis on the issue at this link), the company has confirmed a month in some ways subdued, at least when compared to others, although once again a PS5 game has been included.
Your PlayStation Plus games for February are:
? EA Sports UFC 4
? Planet Coaster: Console Edition
? Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure
Full details: https://t.co/ik5nepCjfV pic.twitter.com/0NDqtY7H8M
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) January 26, 2022
Like every month, you will be able to put your hand on the titles in question from the first Tuesday, which falls precisely on February 1, 2022, the day on which it will be possible to immediately put your hand on the new free games of the PlayStation Plus. So you still have a few days to redeem last month's offers, which we talked about in this article.
For what concerns all free games of January 2022, we take the opportunity to refer you to our dedicated column, where we deepen all the offers on the market every month.
It now remains to be seen how the competition will respond, considering that theXbox Game Pass continues to be richer than ever, and that this January has had to get too rich, with more and more valuable securities being added and rosy expectations regarding the future with Activision Blizzard not to be underestimated, find here our forecasts on the subject.