February’s PS Plus games lineup has been announced, and it’s packed. Control Ultimate Edition, Destruction AllStars, and Concrete Genie are the three games you will get with the service next month.
PlayStation Plus February 2021 Games Lineup Announced
Destruction AllStars was initially slated to release alongside the PS5 launch but was pushed back and made a PS Plus game to give it a better shake. You can read more about the game from the PlayStation Blog below.
“Entertain the crowds by bringing controlled chaos to the vehicular combat arena of this metal-crunching multiplayer game*. Pick one of 16 superstar competitors, then leap into four game modes, using timing, tactics and skills to cause carnage behind the wheel or create havoc with your parkour skills. Perfect your character’s abilities – including a hero vehicle unique to them – to give you the edge in free-for-all battles or team challenges and become Global Destruction Federation Champion. The game also supports PS5’s Game Help feature**, giving you hints and tips to become the ultimate destructive machine without the need to leave the game.”
Control ultimate edition includes the base game and both expansions that were released post-launch. It also comes with the PlayStation 5 upgrade for better visuals and ray-tracing. This is a huge addition to the lineup for fans who either missed out in 2019 or who wanted to give it a spin on their new PS5.
Concrete Genie by Pixelopus is a game about a boy and his magical paintbrush. It also comes packed with a PSVR mode that you’ll want to try out.
Destruction AllStars will be available until April 5, while Control and Concrete Genie will leave the free games lineup on March 1.
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This is a stacked lineup, but what do you think? Are you excited for February’s PS Plus lineup? Be sure to let us know on the official Prima Games Twitter and Facebook pages.