PS Plus has already revealed the free games coming to the service in February 2022. PS5 and PS4 welcome EA Sports UFC 4, Planet Coaster and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep.
After PS Plus games for February 2022 weren’t leaked ahead of time for the first time in months, now it’s time to dive into these three titles.
One more month, Playtation subscription service brings us a selection of free games that can be incorporated into the virtual libraries of PS4 and PS5 to be able to enjoy them as long as you have an active PS Plus subscription.
Your PlayStation Plus games for February are:
🤜 EA Sports UFC 4
🎢 Planet Coaster: Console Edition
🐲 Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) January 26, 2022
On this occasion, February brings us several differentiated and well-known proposals. EA Sports UFC 4, Planet Coaster and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep are the games chosen for this coming month.
EA Sports UFC 4 is the sports title that presents us with the wildest fights in the field of wrestling. This installment boasts a joint progression system for all modes that offer casual confrontations, Career and more. It will be available on PS4 and PS5.
The PS5 game is Planet Coaster: Console Edition, a management and strategy title in which we can create the amusement park of our dreams. All kinds of roller coasters and venues will be available to attract more and more visitors.
Finally, it also comes to PS4 and PS5 Tiny Tina Raid the Dragon Dungeon: A Unique Adventure. This 2013 title was a solo adventure for Tina (Borderlands) and looks to be setting us up for the release of her solo game, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, out this spring.
Choose from six Vault Seekers, each with their own abilities and powerful creations, and fight in chaotic fantasy battles both solo and in co-op.
What do you think of these games? Remember that there is still time to download the January games (available until January 31). Those announced today will arrive during the first week of February on PS5 and PS4.
Meanwhile, rumors and indications continue about the supposed announcement with which Sony will unify its PS Plus and PS Now services into one, under the code name “Spartacus”, and that it would incorporate highly demanded backwards compatibility with PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP.