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February's Free PS4 PS Plus Games Revealed [Out Now]

Free is a nice price.


February is here, and that means a new selection of free PlayStation Plus games are on their way soon. Sony has revealed its selection of freebies for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita owners this month. [Update: February's free PS Plus games are now available.]

From February 6, PS4 owners can grab Knack and Rime for free. Knack is the PS4 launch title developed by Sony Japan and the system's hardware architect, Mark Cerny. Rime, meanwhile, is a colorful adventure game released last year. You can read more about the two games in our Knack review and our Rime review.

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Now Playing: Free PS4/PS3/Vita PlayStation Plus Games For February 2018 Revealed

PS3 owners, meanwhile, will receive platformer Spelunker HD and turn-based RPG Mugen Souls Z free of charge. Lastly, PS Vita's free games for the month are 2D Metroidvania-style game Exile's End and tactical RPG Grand Kingdom. The latter of these is also available for free on PS4 with Cross-Buy. As an added bonus, PS Plus subscribers can also grab the PSVR exclusive Starblood Arena for the low, low price of nothing until March 6.

With the announcement of these new additions, time is running out to get your hands on January 2018's free PS Plus games, which include Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Batman: The Telltale Series. You can see all of January's PS Plus games here or take a look below for the full list of February's free PS Plus titles.

Free PS Plus Games For February 2018


  • Knack
  • Rime


  • Spelunker HD
  • Mugen Souls Z

PS Vita

  • Grand Kingdom
  • Exile's End

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