PlayStation Plus February Line Up Features Some Bangers

PlayStation Plus adds some bangers in February. Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie join Destruction AllStars as the games on offer.

Next month looks like quite the doozy for PlayStation Plus subscribers. We’ve known for quite a while that Destruction AllStars is going to be a part of February’s content offerings; however, today we got a look at all the games coming next week. Starting on February 2, subscribers will also have access to Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie. It’s quite the haul. Give the announcement a look below.

Sony looks to be pushing Destruction AllStars pretty heavily. The bombastic car combat title brings wild competitors with even crazier vehicles. Alongside today’s announcement, they also dropped a new State of Play video to give an even better look at the game. Check it out if you haven’t.

That said, the big-name game in this selection is definitely Control: Ultimate Edition. Importantly, this is both the PS5 and PS4 versions. Of course, the game is already available on Xbox Game Pass, so the PlayStation brand is coming in a bit late in comparison. Better late than never though. After all, Control is one of the very best games to come out in 2019. If you haven’t had the chance to play it, you should get on that next month.

The final game is Concrete Genie. I haven’t played the game myself, but have only heard good things about Pixelopus’ latest. If nothing else, it boasts great visuals and has a few modes that make use of PSVR. It’s likely worth the download.

All three games will be available on February 2 via PlayStation Plus. Destruction AllStars is only on PS5, but the other two should work on both of Sony’s consoles. If you have a PS5 though, make sure to download the next-gen edition of Control and not the last-gen version. That way you get the best possible experience.

Ricky Frech

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