The free February games for PlayStation Plus Essential subscribers have been announced by Sony.
The games on offer to subscribers at the basic PS Plus Essential level and above are Evil Dead: The Game, OlliOlli World, Destiny 2’s Beyond Light expansion, and Mafia: Definitive edition.
All four games will become available to download and add to PlayStation libraries from February 7. They’ll remain free to collect until March 6. So long as you add the titles to your library within that window, they’ll be yours to play so long as you have a PS Plus subscription active.
Here’s the complete PS Plus February games list, with platforms:
- Evil Dead: The Game (PS5 / PS4)
- OlliOlli World (PS5 / PS4)
- Destiny 2: Beyond Light (PS5 / PS4)
- Mafia: Definitive Edition (PS4)
Evil Dead: The Game
A novel take on asymmetric 4v1 multiplayer, Evil Dead: The Game puts one player in control of an evil spirit eager to unleash their malevolence on the human world. Four survivors taken from the Evil Dead films and TV series must work together to fight off summoned minions, keep their fear down, and find the items required to seal a breach between worlds. Think Dead by Daylight, but where the survivors are far from helpless. The lone Kandarian Demon must hunt the humans, summoning and possessing Deadites or environmental hazards to take them down.
In Radlandia, skating makes the world go round. In a quest to discover Gnarvana, you’ll need to trick and grind to find your flow across colorful 2D levels. Make friends with unusual but delightful characters as you accept missions and challenges that’ll test your board skills to the max.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light
If you’re seriously behind on Destiny 2, the Beyond Light is the game’s 2020 expansion. It takes Guardians to the icy moon of Europa and adds new Stasis powers to play with. The campaign’s main villain is Fallen Kell Eramis, who is looking to get revenge on the Traveler, which she believes abandoned her people before moving to join humanity.
Mafia: Definitive Edition
An expanded remake of the 2002 title, it follows cab driver Tommy Angelo as he finds himself caught up in the world of Prohibition-era organized crime. Gang activities and rising through the ranks of the crime family are a fine excuse to cruise around the gorgeous 1930s city in style.
Sadly, the PS Plus February games selection arrives alongside the news that the PS Plus Collection will be taken down from May 9. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you grab any games you want from there before you lose access.