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PlayStation Plus Subscribers Get Remember Me, Street Fighter X Tekken, PayDay 2, Metro: Last Light, And More in February

Posted on Thursday, January 30 @ 08:00:00 PST by

Gamers with a PlayStation Plus subscription (which should be most PS3, all PS4 owners, and every Vita owner out there) will get six free games in February, including Remember Me, PayDay 2, and Street Fighter X Tekken.

Up first is Outlast on PS4, the first-person survival horror game where players explore Mount Massive Asylum and try not to wet themselves. After that is Metro: Last Light on PS3, the shooter set in Moscow's underground after nuclear winter has set in.

Following that is PayDay 2 on PS3, making the merry exploits of Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf, and Chains into a free-to-play shooter for you and your online friends. Single-player subscribers will also get a treat in the form of Remember Me from Capcom and Dontnod on PS3. I really liked the game and it's a great experience for the asking price with PS+, but read our review.

On PlayStation Vita, subscribers can expect Street Fighter X Tekken, which will surely allow Capcom to sell more Gem packs via PSN. ModNation Racers: Road Trip also takes a lap on PlayStation Vita for PS+ subscribers, so I'm sure that multiplayer community is about to get a new lease on life.

We'll have more on PlayStation Plus every week as these games are added throughout February.
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