PlayStation 4PlayStation 3PlayStation VitaAll of the above games will be available until March 8th, with the exception of the PlayStation 4 titles that will change on March 5th when the new month of PS+ begins.
We already knew that, after February 2019, PlayStation Plus subscribers would no longer be getting free PS3 and PS Vita games as part of their monthly subscription packages.
Also, as an added benefit for subscribers PlayStation Plus users will soon get a pretty significant 100GB of cloud storage for their game saves, up from only 10GB! A massive addition that will likely please a lot of fans. Ahmad posted to the site on Saturday with financial images showing just how well Sony's game division has been doing in the last few years. PS Vita (Cross-Buy with PS4) All six games listed above will be free to download starting on Tuesday, February 5th.More news: Barcelona to meet Real Madrid in Copa del Rey semi-finals
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Also available for free through PS Plus next month are Gunhouse for PS Vita as well as Rogue Aces, also for PS Vita. They had a great run, but it's time to move on. In this category, we have Divekick and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.
There is also a new update for the members of this service and that is an upgrade of the cloud storage. According to insider Daniel Ahmed, PlayStation 5 dev kits are now available to Sony first party studios.
The second video game is For Honor from Ubisoft. Like always, take this info with a grain of salt until we get confirmation.