PlayStation Plus usually gives its subscribers two free games, and this month, we got three. For February, it looks like Sony Interactive Entertainment is pushing five titles out for free.
The free games in question are Concrete Genie, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Biped, Control: Ultimate Edition, and Destruction AllStars. The first three games are for the PS4, while the latter two are for the PS5.
Though it’s worth pointing out that Control: Ultimate Edition is a bit controversial, in more ways than one. There is the issue with the way upgrades from the PS4 to PS5 versions were handled, which we won’t get to now. And then, there’s this, where seemingly only the PS5 version of the game is free for the Asia region. In the US, the version for both versions of the console will be claimable next month.
That aside, the highlights for this month are probably Destruciton AllStars and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. The former launches on the day it becomes free, much like Fall Guys last year. As for the latter, it’s made by Castlevania series producer Koji Igarashi, and is considered the spiritual successor to the series since Konami is still sleeping on the IP.
At any rate, PlayStation Plus subscribers can claim these games starting from 2 February until 1 March 2021. Destruction AllStars, though, will be available until 5 April, for some reason. As always, if you haven’t gotten this month’s free games, now’s as good a time as any to claim them.