Following the earlier leak, Sony has finally released the official PlayStation Plus free games for PS4, PS3, and PlayStation Vita. Sony officially confirmed that LittleBigPlantet 3 and Not A Hero will be available for PS4 PS Plus members starting February 7.
The aforementioned games will be joined by Starwhal and Anaa: Extended Edition on PS3, together with Ninja Senki DX and TorqueL PlayStation Vita. However, TorqueL, Ninja Senki DX, and Starwhal will be cross-buy titles, meaning they will be also playable on PS4.
As of 4:30pm update, Sony revealed the full lineup of games that are available to download on February 7th: LittleBigPlanet 3 for PS4, Not A Hero for PS4, Starwhal for PS3 cross buy with PS4, Anna: Extended Edition for PS3, Ninja Senki DX for PS Vita cross buy with PS4, and TorqueL for PS Vita cross buy with PS4. In addition, new PlayStation Plus freebies also will be already available to download next week.
Back to the previous update, Sony was expected to announce the free games available for February at some point yesterday. But unfortunately, no update has been released and gamers are already eager to know what Sony have in stored for them.
PlayStation lovers were already expecting the games to have been already unveiled, especially after the giant tech Microsoft released their Xbox Games along with Gold February 2017 lineup last week. It simply means that Sony is doing things a little more different this year.
Furthermore, PlayStation VR owners are hoping that Sony could include a virtual reality game along with this month's PS lineup. There are few reports that Sony is reportedly planning to add the virtual reality games to PS Plus, but as of the moment, nothing has been confirmed since launch. PlayStation Plus annual subscription can be availed at a very affordable price of £39.99, while shorter subscriptions periods are also offered.