PlayStation PS Plus February Free Games Are Here; 'Little Big Planet 3,' 'Not a Hero,' 'Ninja Senki DX' are Up For Grabs!

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PlayStation made an announcement that it will be rolling out its PS Plus Free Games for February on the 7th and it will be available until the end of the month. Players can avail of the free titles as long as they have a PlayStation Plus Subscription.

Getting a variety of games at no cost is definitely one of the biggest benefits that any PlayStation Plus subscribers can have every month. What's more, the free games are not limited to the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation Pro consoles but PS Vita and PS3 users can also enjoy this monthly perk.

It should be noted that the February 2017 PS Plus Free Games will be accessible to players as long as their PS Plus account is active. The offer is applicable to subscribers in North America, Europe, and Australia. According to PlayStation Blog, the line-up of free games for February 2017 are as follows:

"Little Big Planet 3" (PS4), "Not a Hero" (PS4), "Starwhal" (PS3), "Anna" Extended Edition (PS3), "Ninja Senki DX" (PS Vita) and "TorqueL" (PS Vita). Subscribers also have a chance to grab the January free games even minutes before the new batch is released for this month.

If they were not able to get it last month, they can still get these free games including "Day of The Tentacle Remastered," "This War of Mine: The Little Ones," "Blazerush," "The Swindle," "Azkend 2" and "Titan Souls." 

Now, not everyone is PS Plus subscribers so the free games will not work. In this case, they can avail other offers like the free one-month subscription to PS Plus for February.

A player who would like to avail of this offer can simply sign up to PlayStation Mail page to get a code. After entering the email address on the page, the code will be sent subsequently. Finally, the free subscription will also last until Feb. 28 only.

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