Here are the free PlayStation Plus games for February 2017
Each month, a new range of free downloadable games becomes available to North American, European and Australian PlayStation Plus subscribers, with titles across PS3, PS4 and PS Vita.
We suggest you grab these games while they’re free, as you’ll then be able to play them as long as you have an active Plus subscription.Read more ↓
As the free games are refreshed monthly, we’ve taken the liberty of keeping you updated on the titles that are being offered.
Here are your free PlayStation Plus games for February 2017, which will be available to download from February 7 until the end of the month.
February’s free game lineup
LittleBigPlanet 3 (PS4) – Sackboy is back! Only this time, he’s brought some friends along for his latest adventure. Not interested in pre-made levels? Then why not create your own?
Not a Hero (PS4) – From the makers of OlliOlli comes Not a Hero, a pixelated, shooter that has you violently dispatching members of the criminal underworld. Think of it like a side-scrolling Hotline Miami.
Starwhal (PS3 / cross buy with PS4) – a hilarious couch-multiplayer classic, the retro-styled Starwhal lets you and your friends partake in an epic Narwhal battle in space. Use your huge tusk to barge into your opponents – that is, if the game’s deliberately wonky controls will let you!
Anna — Extended Edition (PS3) – A psychological horror game set in a sawmill in the Italian hills, you must gather clues and solve a number puzzles in order to unlock the main character’s dark past.
Ninja Senki DX (PS Vita / cross buy with PS4) – A retro NES-style game in the vein of Mega Man, Ninja Senki DX has you running, jumping and shooting your way through a number of ninja-themed level in order to complete lead character Hayate’s quest for revenge.
TorqueL (PS Vita / cross buy with PS4) – Navigate your way through 50 chambers in this indie physics-based puzzler that see’s travel around inside a square with different colours on each side.
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