PS Plus: Free PS4 Games For February 2018 Are Still Available

The next batch of freebies is now available.


January's lineup of PS Plus games may no longer be available, but Plus members have a new batch of freebies to download for this month. February's selection of free PS Plus games have arrived, giving subscribers a chance to snag another handful of PS4, PS3, and Vita titles at no cost.

PS4 owners have two new games to download this month: the PS4 launch title Knack and the Ico-esque adventure game Rime. Additionally, one of last month's freebies, the PSVR shooter Starblood Arena, is also still available at no cost for PS Plus subscribers until March 6.

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PS3 owners likewise have two games to choose from this month: the 2D platformer Spelunker HD and the turn-based RPG Mugen Souls Z. Those with a Vita, meanwhile, will be able to download the side-scrolling adventure game Exile's End and the tactical RPG Grand Kingdom for no cost. The latter is also playable on PS4 thanks to Cross-Buy, giving PS4 owners three potential freebies to download this month.

The full lineup of February's free PS Plus games is listed below. You can claim this month's freebies from the PlayStation Store here. Other current PS Plus bonuses include one for Fortnite and another for Gems of War. Additionally, if you claimed Mercenary Kings through an older Plus promotion, you can now get the newly updated version for free. In other PlayStation news, Sony has detailed the next "major" PS4 firmware update, 5.50, which is available in beta testing now.

Free PS Plus Games For February 2018


  • Knack
  • Rime
  • Grand Kingdom


  • Spelunker HD
  • Mugen Souls Z

PS Vita

  • Grand Kingdom
  • Exile's End

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