Sony has announced February’s free games for PlayStation Plus members. They are Control: Ultimate Edition, Concrete Genie, and Destruction AllStars. Subscribers using a PlayStation 4 will have access to Concrete Genie and Control, which also features a PS5 version. But Destruction AllStars is a PS5 exclusive.
Developed by Lucid Games (Need For Speed Payback), Destruction AllStars was originally a PlayStation 5 launch game. But Sony delayed it last October with the news that it would become a PlayStation Plus title in February. Players who pre-ordered were refunded and now they’ll be able to compete in all the vehicular combat they want. Within the PlayStation Blog post for the free games next month, Sony also released a small State of Play on the game. You can check it out below.
PlayStation Plus’ February Games
Getting a brand new game like Destruction AllStars for free on PlayStation 5 is all well and good. But for the majority of us that don’t have a next-gen console yet, the PlayStation Plus offerings for February are still pretty strong. Control: Ultimate Edition includes the base game with The Foundation and AWE expansions. Developed by Remedy Entertainment (Max Payne series), Control follows Jesse Faden as she becomes the new Director of the Federal Bureau of Control. With the headquarters breached by an ominous enemy, Jesse uses incredible telekinetic abilities and a shapeshifting handgun to repel them.
Pixelopus (Entwined) developed the charming Concrete Genie. This artistic action-adventure game follows the lonely Ash as he sets out to return his seaside home to its glory days. And he does so by using a magic paintbrush to decorate the area with colorful genies. But these genies are more than artwork, as the paintbrush brings them to life to help Ash solve puzzles and escape his bullies. It also includes 2 PS VR modes.
Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie will be available for PlayStation Plus members until March 1. Destruction AllStars will be available until April 5.