February PlayStation Plus Games Include Transistor, Yakuza 4, Rogue Legacy and More
PlayStation Plus subscribers get a new catalog of free games on Feb. 3.
Next month brings several new titles for PlayStation Plus members to download. PlayStation 4 owners get three games with Transistor, Apotheon and Rogue Legacy.
Transistor by independent studio Supergiant Games first released in May 2014 for the PS4 and PC. You can check out gameplay from Quarter Disorder here. Transistor normally costs $19.99.
Apotheon is a new release by Alientrap, a Canadian indie developer. The game is a side-scrolling platformer set in ancient Greek mythology. Apotheon is launching as a free PlayStation Plus game. The regular price will be $15 and the game is also releasing on Steam next week. You can watch the launch trailer here.
Rogue Legacy by Cellar Door Games, an independent studio from Toronto, Ontario, first released for the PC in June 2013. It came to PlayStation platforms in July 2014. The game is Cross-Buy with all three Sony consoles. It features randomly generated dungeons where stats, skills and money transfer to the next character after death. It normally costs $16.99 across PlayStation systems.
The PlayStation 3 gets three games in February with Yakuza 4, Thief and Rogue Legacy.
Yakuza 4 from Sega first released in March 2011 for North America. It first became available on the PlayStation Store last December and normally sells for $19.99. Yazuka 4 focuses on the Japanese crime underworld with Kazuma Kiryu, the main character from the franchise.
Thief by Eidos Montreal and Square Enix is a reboot of the stealth franchise that released in February 2014 for the PS4, PS3, PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360. It costs $39.99 on the PlayStation Store.
PlayStation Vita owners will get two free games next month with Kick & Fennick and Rogue Legacy. Kick & Fennick is an upcoming Vita-exclusive platformer by Jaywalkers Interactive, a Netherlands-based independent studio. Like Apotheon, the game is also simultaneously launching for free on PlayStation Plus.
Europe will also receive the same titles for free.
PlayStation Plus comes in one, three and 12 month subscriptions. A year subscription costs $49.99. PlayStation Plus also gives access to online multiplayer on the PS4.
Watch this video preview of next month’s PlayStation Plus games:
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