It's that time of the month! Sony has just announced the 6 games that will be free to download for users that have PlayStation Plus. These free games will be available on a variety of different Sony game consoles, so stay tuned for more information. Keep in mind that to download these games, you will need to have PlayStation Plus. You can buy a subscription anytime during the month of February and you will still have access to the games.
February is "action month" for PlayStation Plus members. Starting off, members will be able to download and play the indie strategy game Nom Nom Galaxy. This game will only be available on PlayStation 4 and will allow you explore remote planets in search of tasty ingredients to make the galaxy's greatest soup and feed all your hungry customers. The second PlayStation Plus title is Helldivers: Democracy Strikes Back. It’s a hardcore, cooperative, twin shooter game that was released in early December of 2015. This game will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita. The objective of the game will be for players to team up and protect super earth to defeat all enemies that try to destroy it. The third free game title is Grid Autosport, a racing game that will only be available on PlayStation 3.
Continuing with the rest of the lineup, Sony will present the fourth free game which will be Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, a fighting game that will only be available on PlayStation 3. The fifth free game will be Lemmings Touch, a puzzle game that will only be available on PS Vita. Last, but not least, Sony announced Nova- 111, which is a strategy RPG game that will only be available on PS Vita. The objective of this game is to rescue lost scientists in an alien world. Players will explore, battle, and solve puzzles on their quest to save these scientists.
All these games will be available starting February 1st. Sony has revealed short clips of each of these free games which will be included in the video below:
What do you think about the lineup? Will you be playing any of these games? Let us know what you think in the comments below.