PlayStation Plus February 2017 Update: Free Games, DLCs Confirmed For Release For PS4, PS3, and PS Vita

Feb 02, 2017 11:50 PM EST | Ed Saludes


Sony has just revealed its PlayStation Plus January 2017 games lineup. The Japanese tech giant will release games and DLCs for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. This brand new line-up of titles will be made available for PlayStation Plus subscribers this coming Tuesday, February 7.

The PlayStation Blog revealed the lineup of freebies that PlayStation Plus members can pick up this month. Most notable are the five PS4 games which include "LittleBigPlanet 3," "Not A Hero," "Starwhal," "Ninja Senki DX," and "TorqueL". PS4 owners can have the latter three through cross-buy which enables subscribers to get more than just two games apiece.

There are two free games made available by Sony for PS3 players. They include "Anna -Extended Edition" and "Starwhal". PlayStation Vita gamers are also receiving "Ninja Senki DX" and "Torque".

Last December 28, Sony announced its roster of free games for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. Two of the titles listed were "Stories: The Path of Destinies" and "Invisible Inc" on PS4. These games were joined by "Hyper Void" and "Tiny Troopers Joint Ops" on PS3, and "Color Guardians" and "VVVVVV" on PlayStation Vita.

The freebies lasted only for a week or until January 3, which was the date set for the launch of Sony's PlayStation Plus January 2017 lineup. Sony also revealed that there was a possibility of adding virtual reality games to PS Plus.

The January 2017 lineup of free games is still available. Some of the titles include "Day of the Tentacle Remastered," "This War Of Mine: The Little Ones," "Titan Souls," and "The Swindle" for PS4. "Azkend 2" is free for Vita owners as well as "Day of the Tentacle," "Titan Souls," and "The Swindle". PS3 has two games: "The Swindle" and "Blazerush".

The February 2017 PlayStation Plus Lineup will be available for download once it is activated. PS Plus members have the privilege to include these games in their digital library for free.

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