Sony PlayStation 4 Games for February 2017: Titles and Release Dates; Plus PSVR, PS Vita, and PSN Games!

Jan 31, 2017 07:47 PM EST | BC Tabotabo

There are several confirmed Sony PlayStation video games for release in February 2017. The titles for the PlayStation 4, PSVR, and PS Vita look to be very promising!

PlayStation Lifestyle has reported the confirmed games for February for the PS4, PSVR, PS Vita, and PSN. For the PSVR, Dexed, and Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin are scheduled to be released on February 1 and 21, respectively. Both games will be available via PSN.

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers will also be released for PS4 and PS Vita over PSN on Feb. 1. Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 'Road to Boruto' will also be released for the PS4 via PSN and Retail on Feb. 3.

For Feb. 7, the following titles will be released: 8 Days (PS4 via PSN), Kitty Powers' Matchmaker (PS4 via PSN), Nion (PS4 via retail and PSN), and Uncanny Valley (PS4 and PS Vita via PSN).  For Feb. 14, these titles will be released for PS4: Deformers, For Honor, MX Nitro, Resident Evil 7 'Banned Footage Vol. 2' DLC, Ride 2, Semispheres, Sniper Elite 4, and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Season Pass Disc.

For Feb. 21, the following titles will be released for the PlayStation 4: Berserk and the Band of the Hawk, Malicious Fallen, Night in the Woods, Sublevel Zero Redux, Ys Origins, and LEGO Worlds. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 'A Criminal Past' DLC and Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch will release on Feb. 24. Finally, on Feb. 28 the following titles will be released: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 Retail & PSN), Torment: Tides of Numenera (PS4 Retail & PSN), and Valhalla Hills: Definitive Edition (PS4 Retail & PSN).

Other games scheduled for release include Dying: Reborn, Ghost Blade HD, How to Survive 2, Shoot All Robots, and Summon Night 6: Lost Borders. Dying: Reborn will be available for PS4, PSVR, and PS Vita via the PSN. Ghost Blade HD, How to Survive 2, and Shoot all Robots will be available for PS4 on the PSN. Summon Night 6: Lost Borders will be available for PS4 and PS Vita via Retail and PSN in North America and PSN in Europe.

The February lineup looks very promising. In addition, Express has also reported other PlayStation 4 Updates regarding No Man's Sky and Crash Bandicoot here. Officially, the PS Plus lineup won't be revealed until Feb. 7. What games are you most excited for? Write your answers in the comments section below.

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