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February’s Free PS Plus Games Announced

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February’s free PS Plus games has been announced today, next month will pack more games to subscribers as one of the featured games is BioShock: The Collection, this bundles three first-person adventures, Firewall Zero Hour offers engaging, online multiplayer for PS VR owners, finally The Sims 4 will also be available.

All three titles will be available from 4th February to 2nd March. January’s PS Plus games are ending soon so players must download them before the offer expires.

BioShock: The Collection cost $59.99 right now at the PlayStation Store, it’s an great offer from Sony, players will be able to return to the cities of Rapture and Columbia. The collection brings all the single-player content from BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite in full remastered 1080p. The “Columbia’s Finest” pack and Director’s Commentary: Imagining Bioshock is also included.

EA is celebrating The Sims‘ 20th anniversary in February, for this reason a collaboration with PlayStation has brought the most recent life simulation game for free. The Sims 4 currently cost $39.99, new players will be able to unleash their imagination and create Sims in a unique world.

Firewall Zero Hour will please PS VR owners, the $19.99 2018 game set players in the role of a hired contractor with a job to protect or seize sensitive information from opposing teams. PS Plus subscribers will also benefit the new season that is arriving Firewall Zero Hour, operation : Balck Dawn is scheduled to start on February 4, so new players won’t miss the new “Oil Rig” map and all the new content.

Players can chose from one of the 12 contractors hired by an anonymous contract handler and work as a team to either protect or steal the valuable data, each team’s anonymous contract handler acts as their ‘eye in the sky’ and will guide each match by providingcritical information along the way.

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