Subscribers to Sony's PlayStation Plus service will be getting an additional bonus to go with the usual dose of claimable games. On top of the six games you can expect to get if you have a subscription, you'll also get an extra 90GB of cloud storage for your save data.
Previously, all PlayStation 4 users were limited to 10GB of cloud storage. Now, if you have a PS Plus subscription, you'll have access to 100GB. Cloud storage lets you transfer your PlayStation 4 profile to another console without losing any of your progress and of course, protects against crashes and the like.
Of course, you'll also get access to the usual selection of new games. Here are the games you'll get in February PS Plus' instant game collection addition.
- For Honor. Ubisoft's melee-focused multiplayer game with a uniquely deliberate take on armed combat. Although it didn't set the world on fire when it launched in 2017, it has since accrued a dedicated and passionate player base. Check out our review here.
- Hitman. IO's 2016 reboot of the iconic barcoded assassin was a rousing success. The episodic format provided players with new maps to dive deep into, giving them the time to explore every corner of these excellently well-realized maps. If simulating silly murder sounds like your thing, you can pick up Hitman next month. Check out our review of Hitman here and our review of last year's Hitman 2 here.
- Divekick. Iron Galaxy's twitchy fighting game is as simple as it is addictive. Players duke it out in a 1v1 fighting game where everyone goes down in one hit. In Divekick, every hit is your last. PS3 (Cross-Buy with PS Vita).
- Metal Gear Solid 4. The acclaimed fourth entry in the Metal Gear Solid series and the closing chapter to Solid Snake's saga. If you haven't already fallen deep into the Metal Gear rabbit hole, now's the time. Start from the beginning. Trust me, it's worth it. PS3 only.
- Gunhouse. A fun and light-hearted puzzle game blended with tower defense. PS Vita (Cross-Buy with PS4).
- Rogue Aces. A procedurally-generated ariel arcade shooter with a strong sense of style. PS Vita (Cross-Buy with PS4).
Also for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita owners, we're down to the end stretch for PS Plus games for you. February's titles are likely to be the last unless Sony changes its announcement from last year about ending PS Plus games for those systems as of March 8.
What do you think of the February PS Plus games? Have you been in need of additional cloud storage? Will you be checking out the February PS Plus games? Let us know in the comments below!