In a few days, users PlayStation Plus will have access to the new selection of free titles for PS4 and PS5. There are three protagonists of the month of February: EA Sports UFC 4, Assault on Dragonhold by Tiny Tina And Planet Coaster: Console Edition. Few titles offer a wide variety to satisfy all palates. Here’s when you can claim games at no extra cost and until when you can get January titles.
PS Plus: the protagonists of February 2022
As tradition dictates, the PS Plus games reveal comes from the PlayStation Blog, which has created an in-depth walkthrough for each of the titles on offer in February.
So let’s start with EA Sports UFC 4latest iteration of the series electronic arts dedicated to the mixed martial arts championship. Released August 2020 on PS4 and Xbox One, the sports title offers a large roster with ben 229 athletes – and 81 alternative versions – and one Career Mode which guides the player to discover this particular discipline. “No matter where or how you play, EA Sports UFC 4 puts you at the center of every fight”reads the official blog.
For shooter enthusiasts – and, in particular, for fans of the looter shooter formula – there is Assault on Tiny Tina’s Dragon Keep: A Unique Wonderland Adventure. A lengthy title for a rather small game, originally launched in 2013 as an expansion of the ever-over-praised Borderlands 2. Inspired by the popular RPG Dungenons & Dragons, this adventure will catapult Vault Hunters into a fantasy adventure, where they will explore “treacherous forests, fearsome crypts and fearsome fortresses” looking for crazy new guns.
Those looking for a brilliant simulator with intuitive mechanics and layered gameplay can opt for Planet Coaster: Console Editionporting of the excellent management software developed by Border developments – launched on PC in November 2016. “Surprise and delight the public while you build the playground of your dreams and manage a realistic universe with unique attention to detail. Whatever your level, bring your ideas to life”. With over 700 pre-built objects, the player will be able to build their own amusement park from scratch.
All three games will be available Tuesday, February 1. It should be clarified that Tiny Tina’s Assault on the Dragon Keep will be available exclusively in the PS4 version – the PS Plus offer is not applicable to the next-gen version, while Planet Coaster: Console Edition can only be redeemed on PlayStation 5. We also remind you that, until Monday, January 31, users can still add Persona 5 Strikers, dirt 5 And Galactic Deep Rock to your collection.