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Free PlayStation Plus games announced for February 2019 (PS4, PS3, PS Vita)



January is dead, long live February. The shortest and sweetest month is designed to give PlayStation Plus members a whole new set of free PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games. Sony has announced the offers, so take a look at what will appear on February 5th.

February offers include the melee action game For Honor and Hitman's Complete First Season. This last game has an added value as the recently released Hitman 2 can play the older game's cards within the newer game, if you own it. February PS Plus also includes Divekick and Metal Gear Solid 4: The Patriots' Cartridges for PS3, and Gunhouse and Rogue Aces for Vita. Divekick has a cross-buy with Vita and both Vita games have a cross-buy with PS4. Sony also announced that PS Plus cloud storage will be expanded from 1

0GB to 100GB starting in February.

Remember that you still have some time to win the PS Plus games for January. These include the extreme sports game Steep and Portal Knights on PS4, Zone of the Enders HD and Amplitude on PS3, Super Mutant Alien Assault on Vita and Fallen Legion: Flames of the Rebellion on PS4 / Vita.

And so, the PlayStation 3 and Vita games bow to the monthly rotation. Sony has already announced that there will be no PS3 and Vita from March 8, meaning the February games on these platforms will be the last. You're fine, older platforms. This probably means that the total number of games included in the monthly rotation will be reduced, although Sony might still surprise us with some plan changes. The PS4 games will be available until March 5th.

PlayStation Plus games for February 2019

PS4

  • For Honor
  • Hitman Season 1
  • Gunhouse (Cross-Buy)
  • Rogue Aces (Cross) -Buy)

PS3

  • Divekick (Cross-Buy)
  • Metal Gear Solid 4: Weapons of the Patriots

PS Vita

  • Gunhouse (Cross-Buy)
  • Buy Rogue Aces (Cross-Buy)
  • Divekick (Cross-Buy)

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