Every month, Sony offers a few PlayStation 4 games at no additional cost to those subscribed to its PlayStation Plus service.
Now, the company has revealed what free titles are hitting the service in February 2021.
Notably, there’s a brand-new PS5 game here, as well as two acclaimed PS4 games.
The PS5 game in question is Destruction AllStars, a vehicular combat game that’s launching, as Sony previously promised, straight onto PS Plus.
Additionally, Sony is adding Control: Ultimate Edition — Remedy Entertainment’s latest trippy, David Lynch-inspired action game — to PS Plus on both PS4 and PS5. Finally, painting-focused PS4 action-adventure game Concrete Genie is joining the PS Plus catalogue in February and will be playable on PS5 as well via backward compatibility.
All three games can be downloaded for free via PlayStation Plus starting February 2nd. Destruction AllStars will remain as a free download until April 5th, while Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie will be available until March 1st.
A PlayStation Plus subscription costs $69.99/year in Canada.
For more on PlayStation Plus, find out what hit the service in January here.
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