Sony has announced the PS Plus February 2019 free games lineup including Hitman The Complete First Season and For Honor for the PS4.
The upcoming month will be the last one for all the PlayStation Plus subscribers who were hoping to get more PS3 and PS Vita games. As confirmed last year, Sony will be dropping the PS3 and Vita games from their PS+ free games lineup from March 2019 and onwards. They are trying to give the subscribers one last hurrah before the support is dropped next month.
This month’s PS3 and PS Vita games will be available for a few extra days, until March 8th, 2019. PS4 games will be available until March 5th, 2019, when the next monthly games line up hits.
As a reminder, after March 8th, 2019, PS3 and PS Vita games will no longer be offered as part of the PS Plus monthly games line up – so be sure to download them while they’re available.
Sony is giving additional time to get the games for PS3 and PS Vita since this will be the end of support for these platforms.
PS Plus February 2019 free games include Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots and Divekick for the PS3. On the PS Vita side, Gunhouse and Rogue Aces are the free games for all the PS Plus subscribers. This was announced along with a video revealing the games lineup. Just to remind you, here is what PS+ users received in January and it was different for Asia.
The other major announcement was for the cloud storage for every PlayStation Plus subscriber. Sony is bumping up the storage for PlayStation Plus cloud saves from its current 10 GB to upwards of 100 GB. This will be applicable from early February and should apply to every PS Plus subscribers.