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PlayStation confirms multiple new free games, available to download right now

PlayStation confirms multiple new free games, available to download right now

Run, don't walk.

PlayStation Plus' February goodies are available to claim and download today, and once again, it's an enviable bevvy of games.

PlayStation Plus was off to a strong start with the Essential tier's Axiom Verge 2, Fallout 76 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. One of these things is not like the other, you might have thought, however players who did dip their toes into the irradiated Appalachia liked what they discovered. Which is a nice win for once. Extra and Premium subscribers got another 12 titles, including Back 4 Blood, Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition, Life is Strange, Life is Strange: Before The Storm, Star Wars Demolition, and Syphon Filter 3. But not Sayonara Wild Hearts, though we'd imagine that this is set for a later month in the year, given the fact that it accidentally appeared in January's gift bag.

Check out the trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which has been recently pushed back from its March release, below:

Irrespective of whether you're on the Essential, Extra or the Premium tier, you can pocket Mafia: Definitive Edition, OlliOlliWorld, Evil Dead: The Game, and Destiny 2: Beyond Light as part of your active PlayStation Plus subscription. Now, Destiny 2: Beyond Light is in fact a DLC for that game so you'll need to have that in your library already.

We adored OlliOlliWorld here for its gorgeous graphics and dangerously chill vibes. "You don’t need to play a lot of this radically rainbow-hued humdinger of heelflips and impossibles to know that it’s a game that you’re going to be sinking a lot of time into," we said in our review for the Nintendo Switch. I played it on the PS5 and I can confirm it got its claws into me just the same.

These games are available til 6 March, so there's a lot of time to add them to your library. That being said, we'd advise doing it now while you remember, because you'll be kicking yourself otherwise.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus