For the last time, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita players a new batch of games to look forward to in February.
As PlayStation Blog announced in early 2018, the PlayStation Plus free monthly games bonus will stop offering PlayStation 3 and Vita titles in March, making this February’s upcoming batch of games the last free games those subscribers will get to play under the current program. The service will continue to offer PlayStation 4 titles to PS Plus members.
There are six new games for February in total. PlayStation 4 owners can try For Honor, Ubisoft’s gritty PVP combat game based around Vikings, Knights, and Samurai, then dive into Hitman: The Complete First Season to eliminate targets as Agent 47, the world’s greatest assassin.
As for the final PlayStation 3 and Vita games, PlayStation 3 players will be able to enjoy Divekick (also available on the PS Vita) and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. The final two games for the month, Gunhouse and Rogue Aces, are available with cross-buy on both PS Vita and PlayStation 4.
The PlayStation 4 games will be available until March 5th, while the PlayStation 3 and Vita games will be available until March 8th. Be sure to download these latter games, as they’re the final ones coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita.
PlayStation is offering one additional benefit to members to perhaps help ease the passing of support for older systems. Currently, all PS plus members have 10 GB of cloud storage space to use. In early February, that number will be upped to 100 GB, letting players store more game saves and character profiles to the cloud. For any players who regularly swap between consoles, this additional space is a huge step up.
The next batch of games will likely be announced in late February, and will only include PlayStation 4 games.