Earlier today Sony revealed the February lineup for PlayStation Plus members over in Europe and it’s a doozy. PS+ members will be treated to the critically acclaimed title, Sleeping Dogs in February along with a few other games making it into the Instant Game Collection.
Games that make it into the Instant Game Collection are typically a year old, but Sleeping Dogs came out just last August. The open world game received much praise for mixing up the best of GTA, Just Cause and Arkham City into a neat package.
The second Instant game to make it in will be F1 Race Stars, developed by Dirt franchise creator, Codemasters. The collection rounds out with Quantum Conundrum, which was designed by Kim Swift, one of the creators of Portal. US PS+ members were treated to this brain-bending game not that long ago.
PlayStation Vita owners will be treated to WipEout 2048 and Ubisoft’s Lumines: Elctronic Symphony.
If you don’t have PS+, now may be the time to sign up as there is a promo on the subscription:
On top of all that, I’m very pleased to announce that as of 6th February we will once again be bringing you a fantastic discount on the 90 day membership for PlayStation Plus. For two whole weeks you’ll be able to get over 30% off the regular price – that’s €9.99/£7.99, reduced from €14.99/£11.99. A bargain, no?
On top the games mentioned above, you will still be able to pick up January’s Instant Games such as Guardians of Middle Earth, Mortal Kombat and Jet Set Radio. Head over to the European PlayStation Blog to read about the rest of what’s coming in February.
US PS+ members will have to wait a little longer to find out what’s coming in February, but this was a great month with Darksiders, NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, Mega Man 9 and 10 and Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus for the PS Vita. To top it off the 13 for ‘13 promo is still running where you can pick up titles for a few dollars.
With the PlayStation Webstore for the PC live now, you can head on over and queue up the games into your cart from your PC and download them on the PS3.