PlayStation Now February games stars Metro Last Light Redux, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, and more

The lineup for the PlayStation Now February new arrivals features a fair few titles that look set to hold you over until a few choice new releases later this year. While the likes of Metro Last Light Redux offer the chance to catch up on the series before Metro Exodus releases this month, there are also a couple of other inclusions that might hint at what’s in store for the streaming service in the coming months.

So yes, there are a fair few titles to help you with waiting for those fancy new blockbuster title arriving later this year. Metro Last Light Redux is joined by Mortal Kombat X, giving PS4 players the chance to hone their skills with a familiar cast of characters before Mortal Kombat 11 arrives in April. Both Metro Last Light and Mortal Kombat X are available on PlayStation Now from today, February 7.

Along with these, there’s a pretty tasty looking slice of stealth action available as well, with the Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection. The compilation offers up remastered versions of Metal Gear Solid 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker in on tidy bundle for you. It’s also worth pointing out that the PlayStation blog adds a note to this collection, saying “you’ll be able to enjoy other MGS entries on PS Now in the months ahead.” And with Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain having already been included with previous PS Plus free games, it could be the case that the 2015 open-world game shows up later this year, though some fans would probably like to see a few other installments pop up instead.

F1 2017 is also included in the February arrivals, completing a fairly strong lineup for PlayStation’s streaming service, you can see the complete list below.