Snag 3 Awesome (and Free) PS Plus Games for February

PS Plus' February free games include two big hits and one unique VR title.

It's almost February, which means it's just about time for the latest round of PS Plus free games. From February 4 through March 2, Sony's offering three free games for PS Plus members to download: BioShock: The Collection, The Sims 4, and Firewall Zero Hour, the last of which is a PlayStation VR title.

As usual, these free PS Plus games stay on your system after the month they're made available, until your PS Plus subscription ends.

BioShock: The Collection

BioShock: The Collection includes all single-player BioShock games and DLC in one convenient package. Or, if you want it listed out, it includes:

  • BioShock
  • BioShock 2
  • BioShock Infinite
  • The Columbia's Finest pack, among others

They're all remastered in 1080p and all very good indeed, so getting them for free like this is quite a value.

The Sims 4

The Sims 4 has everything you love about The Sims, adds extensive interaction and building options, then cranks everything up to 100. It's a wild game that's sure to take over your life for a long time.

Note that this is just the base Sims 4 game and doesn't include last year's big Island Living expansion. Still, there's enough content in just the base game, and what better way to celebrate the franchise's 20th anniversary than playing it for free?

Firewall Zero Hour

Firewall Zero Hour is a PSVR exclusive title that's also getting some content expansions in February. Convenient the base game's free now, eh?

Anyway, it's a 4v4 tactical shooter that tasks you with obtaining or protecting secret and highly sensitive information. Obviously, these intense battles are designed to be multiplayer, so you'll want to hop online with some friends to get started.

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Again, these will be available starting February 5, so you've still got a bit more time to download January's free PS Plus titles. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more PS Plus news as it bounces our way.

Contributor

Josh Broadwell's gaming career began early--1993, to be exact--when he was introduced to the Super Nintendo and Super Mario World. Despite all the magnificent games the SNES and, later, the original PlayStation had to offer, it wasn't until the GameBoy Advance era that he finally discovered RPGs, which quickly became a favorite genre. He holds a BA in history, an MA in history, and is currently pursuing an MA in strategic communication.

Published Jan. 29th 2020

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