Sony has revealed what the PlayStation Plus-subscribers will get in February.
Well, the PlayStation 4-owners can expect two AAA games, as – after Ubisoft has pulled this move on PC last summer – For Honor is coming, along with Agent 47, as the complete first season of Hitman (or, in other words, the entire first game, as Square Enix released it in parts initially) are going to be the freebies. The PlayStation 3 is going to get Divekick and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, and the PlayStation Vita will receive Gunhouse and Rogue Aces. Divekick will be cross-buy with the Vita, and the two Vita titles will be cross-buy with the PS4.
The PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita games will not be available until March 5 (that’s the PlayStation 4 games’ deadline), but March 8. Attention, from March and onwards, there will no longer be PS3 and PS Vita games for the PlayStation Plus-subscribers! Both the American and the European PlayStation Blog mentions that the Plus-subscribers will see an expansion for their saves’ cloud storage: from ten gigabytes, it will increase to a hundred, which is a good move.
So, the balance isn’t entirely positive for February, but the appearance of MGS4 in the February line-up on PS3 isn’t a bad idea…