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PlayStation Plus has 3 Free Games this February 2022

The PlayStation Plus games that will be available for free in February have been announced. Console Edition – Planet Coaster, UFC 4, as well as Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure would be available to PlayStation Plus users this month. While all these games were leaked before validation, PlayStation verified them in a post shared on January 26, 2022.

According to PlayStation, all three games will be available on February 1, 2022. PlayStation Plus members previously received games like Persona 5 Strikers, Dirt 5, and Deep Rock Galactic for free. Dirt 5 is a PlayStation 4/PS5 game. Codemasters Cheshire published and developed the racing video game. The second game was Persona 5 Strikers. This is a role-playing game released by Sega and designed by Omega Force with P-Studio. Deep Rock Galaxy’s third free game was released in January 2022.

EA Sports will send UFC 4 to PlayStation Plus users. PS4 PS+ subscribers would be able to play the game. UFC 4 is a new game that was released in August of 2020. EA Originals and EA Vancouver created it, and EA Originals with EA Sports published it. It is a blended martial arts video game where users battle as their in-game avatars in the center of the UFC ring. Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure is the following game. This will be available on PS4. On November 9, 2021, the version was released. Stray Kite Studios and Gearbox Software collaborated on the game, which 2K Games released.

Planet Coaster: Console Edition is the 3rd and a PlayStation Plus game. Frontier Developments plc launched the game around November 2016, and the same team produced it. The game would be accessible on PS5 this time. According to the official post, all games will be available to download from the PlayStation Store through Monday, February 28 of 2022. Keep an eye out for more information on PlayStation Plus free games as well as other technological changes.

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