PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2017 may soon be officially released. However, it Is good that reliable sources are giving the much-awaited sneak peak of the games that can be played for free using PlayStation Plus.
According to Daily Star UK, PlayStation is expected to announce the free games available for PlayStation Plus users anytime. This is to finally answer various questions pertaining to the free games available for them this month of February 2017.
While waiting for the update, gaming enthusiasts are clamoring for answers. There are some ideas being presented. Most likely, it is reported to happen and be eventually released.
PlayStation usually announces their free games about the end of each month for gamers to know available games for the following month. This time, it is different. PlayStation may be doing something different this time around as the official announcement has not been made yet.
— The Gaming Gent (@GamerThrift) January 31, 2017
Everyone is all on their toes waiting for the announcement. It may come any moment from now or may be purposely delayed. There may be some unexpected delays from PlayStation's end which is causing the halt. For sure, they will be providing all necessary information.
As added by PlayStation Universe, the site has predicted the PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2017. From intense brainstorming list of games was derived.
"Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China" is among the games rumored to be offered for free for PlayStation Plus. This game may have received rather mediocre reviews, it still is considered fun and entertaining game to be played.
"LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" following the good reviews garnered from "LEGO Batman: The Videogame," "LEGO Lord of the Rings," "LEGO Batman 2," "LEGO Harry Potter 5 to 7" for free. However, the "LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham's" release is not yet finalized for February, it is sure to be offered for free at any time it gets available.
The other rumored to be PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2017 are "Gravity Rush Remastered," "Alienation," and "Shadow Complex Remastered." At this point, a final and conclusive report from PlayStation has yet to be announced. However, the games mentioned may most likely make the cut for free games to be played.