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PlayStation Plus PS4, PS5 Free Games For February 2021 Out Now


PlayStation Plus Free February 2021 PS4 Games, PlayStation Plus Destruction AllStars PS5, PlayStation Plus Free February 2021 PS5 Games PS Plus February 2021 – What will be the PS Plus February 2021 free PS4 and PS5 games? Let’s get started with the PS Plus February 2021 PS5 games that have been announced. You can also catch the complete listing of every PS Plus title announced to date right here.

PS5 PS Plus Free Games February 2021 Out Now

Sony has officially announced the PlayStation Plus February 2021 games which are as follows:

These games will be available until March 2, with CDestruction AllStars leaving on April 6.

Previously set to release alongside the PS5, Sony revealed that it would be coming to PS Plus before the PS5 launched. It looks like a madcap vehicular multiplayer effort Destruction AllStars looks like a delicious cross between PS4 PlayStation Plus superstar Rocket League and Destruction Derby. And we are absolutely here for it.

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PS4 PS Plus Free Games February 2021 Predictions

While the PlayStation Plus February 2021 PS5 game has been confirmed, we still don’t know what games PS4 folks will be getting. As usual though, we have some predictions about that.

Civilization VI (2019) – PS4

The sixth core instalment of Sid Meier’s legendary strategy series comes storming onto PS4 with enough depth and sophistication to keep armchair generals and diplomats alike enraptured for potentially thousands of hours.

You can catch our review of Civilization VI here.

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Far Cry New Dawn (2019)

Ubisoft’s direct sequel to Far Cry 5, Far Cry New Dawn is essentially what you would get if Borderlands and Far Cry decided to get together and have a baby. Mad and absolutely stuffed with tons to do, Far Cry New Dawn landing on PlayStation Plus in February 2021 would be a great way to prep folks for the impending arrival of Far Cry 6.

You can catch our review of Far Cry New Dawn here.

What PlayStation Plus Games Are Available Now?

At the time of writing, the December 2020 PS Plus free games have been confirmed with the following games available now on the service:

As a note, Bugsnax for PS5 will also still be available on PlayStation Plus until the beginning of January.

Sony also officially announced as part of the PS Plus games for November 2020 the debut of the PlayStation Plus Collection for PS5. The following PS Plus Collection games have been confirmed for the PS Plus November 2020 line-up are available to download now:

  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Battlefield 1
  • Bloodborne
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – Zombies Chronicles Edition
  • Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy
  • Days Gone
  • Detroit: Become Human
  • Fallout 4
  • Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition
  • God of War
  • Infamous: Second Son
  • Monster Hunter World
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Persona 5
  • Ratchet & Clank
  • Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
  • The Last Guardian
  • The Last of Us Remastered
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  • Until Dawn

Don’t forget to check out our PS5 complete guide too for the latest on Sony’s next-generation PlayStation console. You can also check out our predictions for what the January 2021 PlayStation Plus line-up could be too!

If you’re thinking of joining PS Plus, it’s also worth noting that Sony has increased cloud storage for the saving of PS4 and PS5 game files. With a boost from 10GB up to 100GB, there’s plenty of space to save your games in the cloud.

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You also get access to exclusive games for free each month, alongside special discounts, full game trials and the ability to play online multiplayer games too.

Then there is also the future of PS Plus – how do you think the release of PS5 will affect the service as the console ages? Will it package PS Now into a new subscription tier to combat Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox Series X console? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!