As January comes to an end, Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced the free games that PlayStation Plus subscribers can claim. And it looks like there’s a pattern going on here, with another collection title being on the list.
First up is BioShock: The Collection. The series itself should need no introduction. As for the Collection, it comes with all three games, the first two being remastered versions for current-gen consoles. The games will also come alongside their DLC, giving PS Plus subscribers the complete experience of the series.
The second title that’s free for PS Plus subscribers is The Sims 4. It’s the latest title in the series, but launched in what can only be described as bare-bones state. It has significantly more content now that many of the cut features have been added back via updates. That being said, there’s still a significant amount of content that’s locked behind paid DLC.
Would you kindly check out February's free games for PS Plus members?
— PlayStation Asia (@PlayStationAsia) January 30, 2020
February will also see a VR title made available as a free download for subscribers. This comes in the form of Firewall: Zero Hour. Granted, it won’t be something that every PS Plus subscriber will get access to. But for those who have the PS VR, think Counter Strike Or Rainbow Six Siege, but for VR.
Since January’s batch of free games are available until 3 February, these three will likely be available for download starting the next day, 4 February. You have until 2 March to claim them. You should also claim January’s free games if you haven’t already.
(Source: PlayStation Asia / Twitter)