PlayStation Plus Shows Signs of Great PS4 and PS5 Games Coming in February 2022

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Sony never seems to be willing to forsake its world of PlayStation games. Those who are into gaming on either PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 have new reasons to be happy, as the PlayStation Plus service will soon have brand new titles in its catalog.

ComicBook.com informs us what games could become available in February 2022 for PlayStation Plus subscribers, as January is almost over. And there are some very exciting titles up ahead!

FREE PlayStation games for February 2022

Feel free to take a look at what the publication mentioned above suspects to be the list of what PlayStation Plus subscribers can expect on their gaming service:

The video’s description is relevant enough:

The Life is Strange Remastered Collection includes ‘Life is Strange Remastered’ and ‘Life is Strange: Before the Storm Remastered’. Both award-winning games have been remastered with updated visuals across characters & environments.

Shadow Warrior 3 is expected to come out on March 3, meaning that gamers have enough time to analyze their options and reckon if it’s time for a new game or not. Behold the trailer of its predecessor, which is expected to arrive for Sony’s gaming service:

The word that can describe this game best is only one: brutality. This game is as brutal as it can be, as you can easily conclude from the trailer. You’d better make sure that no kids are around when you start playing it!

Just in case you’re in even for more brutality, it means you must keep in mind that Nioh 2 is also launching as a free game, most probably. This one has the gift, if you can say it like that, of bringing your nightmares to reality.

Feel free to tell us which one of the free games you expect to see most as being available for free via the PlayStation Plus service in February 2022!

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