Sony has unveiled February 2019’s PlayStation Plus titles and it’ll be the last time players can pick up titles for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
Announced last year, February 2019 will be the last month that PlayStation Plus will offer a selection of PS3 and Vita titles, which is a little sad, but Sony has unveiled something that might make it a little better. Cloud Storage will now be 100 GB for subscribers rather than the previous 10.
As for games. PS4 players will be able to pick up Hitman: The Complete First Season so they can go and see what all the fuss is about. This is, of course, Io Interactive’s reboot of the franchise which went down pretty well with critics, so well that Hitman 2 became a thing.
If murdering people on the sly isn’t your bag, then how about gratuitously murdering people in broad daylight whilst others are also doing murders? Of course, I’m talking about For Honor, Ubisoft’s melee action game which has been going from strength to strength and has just unveiled its third year of content.
As for PlayStation 3, players will receive Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots and Divekick (which is also cross-play with PS4). As for PS Vita players, they’ll bag Gunhouse and Rogue Aces.
All of these arrive on February 5.