PlayStation Plus Games for February 2018 Revealed; Knack and Rime Lead the Pack

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PlayStation Plus has continued to offer PlayStation console owners the chance to explore a back catalog of tons of games, and with January coming to an end, Sony has revealed the lineup of new titles that players can expect to download next month in February, with a long-awaited title finally heading to gamers as part of the service.

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Sony revealed the lineup of games that will be coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers for February 2018, and the results will surely make many fans happy as Knack is finally coming as a free title, after many years of requests, alongside last year’s indie puzzle-platformer Rime. The full list of games can be found below, along with a trailer highlighting next month’s games:

  • Knack, PS4
  • Rime, PS4
  • Spelunker HD, PS3
  • Mugen Souls Z, PS3
  • Exiles End, PS Vita
  • Grand Kingdom, PS Vita (Also available on PS4)

In addition to these titles, Sony also reminded that StarBlood Arena is also available as a bonus title to Plus subscribers through March 6th for PlayStation VR, and also added that a PlayStation Plus starter pack is also available for the title Gems of War from February 13th through March 13th, which will provide users with additional gem keys and currency.

Of course, being that it’s the end of January, today also marks the last day that you can grab the PS Plus offerings for January, so add them to your library while you can.



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