The lineup of games that PlayStation Plus members will be able to download this month has just been announced. BioShock: The Collection, The Sims 4, and Firewall Zero Hour will be free to subscribers from February 4th to March 2nd.
BioShock: The Collection is a remastering of the franchise’s critically acclaimed three titles. The first game released in 2006 and captured the imagination of players through dark political themes and engaging gameplay. BioShock 2 released in 2010 and introduced a new side to the underwater city of Rapture. BioShock Infinite released in 2013 and featured similar gameplay to the first two games. But instead of Rapture, it was set in Columbia, a city above the clouds. This collection also includes all single-player DLC. This is a great deal for PlayStation Plus members, especially those new to the series.
The Sims 4 is the latest game to be released in the popular life simulation series. The games let players create and monitor their own people in a world they’ve built. This is also a timely inclusion as 2020 serves as the 20th anniversary of the franchise. However, this entry wasn’t as well-received as others. But it should still serve as a decent jumping-off point for any PlayStation Plus members who have never tried the series.
Additionally, this month brings a bonus game. Unfortunately, it’s only for members who own a PS VR. Firewall Zero Hour is a 4v4 tactical FPS. A new season will also begin as soon as February’s PlayStation Plus games are available. This will introduce a new map as well as more free content for new and old players to enjoy.
That makes five possible games for players to dive into. It’s also the second month in a row that PlayStation Plus members have been gifted a collection of incredible games. In January, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection was available to subscribers. That and Goat Simulator are only available on PlayStation Plus for a few more days. So be sure you don’t miss out on them.
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