February's PlayStation Plus games have finally been announced, so what are these three free titles and what can we expect from them? Well we at 3Bit have what you need to know right here, along with the trailer for the hottest of the 3 Games Destruction All-Stars which you can check out above.
Once again PlayStation Plus Features a day one launch game for PlayStation 5, Destruction All-Stars, which we first saw revealed alongside the PlayStation 5 last year. Destruction All-Stars is a modern take on a PlayStation classic, Destruction Derby, where cars will battle it out in a complete crash fest, but if your vehicle goes down, it doesn't mean you have to either, as you can dash around this lethal arena in a desperate pursuit to grab a new car and get back in the game … if you are lucky enough to. Destruction All-Stars will be available on PlayStation Plus until April 1st (No Joke)
Along with Destruction All-Stars, we will see Remedy's Psychological and Super Natural journey, Control Ultimate Edition. Last year Remedy was in a bit of hot water with fans as they said that you would only be able to upgrade to next-gen consoles with the Ultimate Edition, and have not made any changes to that promise. Now PlayStation players will be able to pick up the Ultimate Edition regardless of it being next-gen or current-gen. However, this is a bit disappointing for those who picked up the Ultimate Edition on PlayStation 4 before the announcement, especially when Control Ultimate Edition hasn't even released its next-gen upgrade yet and won't be until next week on February 2nd. Control Ultimate Edition will feature the full game and all expansions, including the recent Alan Wake DLC. Control Ultimate edition will be available on PlayStation Plus until March 1st.
Finally, we have Concrete Genie, a PlayStation 4 title by Pixelopus that takes us into a magical seaside town, where a young boy has his notebook filled with colourful doodles destroyed and scattered by a group of bullies. As ash gathers his pages scattered across the pages, he makes a fantastic discovery in which all of his paintings are coming to life thanks to his Magical Paint Brush. This thrilling and colourful adventure will be available on PlayStation Plus until March 1st.
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