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Free Games Revealed For PlayStation Plus February 2023

Includes four games.

The company announced on Wednesday that February's PlayStation Plus Essential titles lineup includes OlliOlli World, Evil Dead: The Game, Mafia: Definitive Edition, and Destiny 2: Beyond Light. The new Subscribers will be able to claim the games from February 7 until March 6.

Sony has also announced that the PlayStation Plus Collection, a library of 20 PS4 games which subscribers can play on PS5, will be pulled in May.

The games will be available beginning Feb. 7.

1.Mafia: Definitive Edition is the 2020 remake of the beloved open-world crime game from 2002 (for PlayStation 4), back when that was primarily a new genre in AAA video gaming. The game chronicles the development of an accidental mafia soldier and the collapse of a significant crime family while setting players in the imaginary 1930s mob-ridden city of Lost Heaven.

2.A 4-on-1 shooter called Evil Dead: The Game allows for both PvE and PvP gameplay. Players can play with bot teammates or take on the AI online with other players. They are up against The Demon, who is out to murder them all or, if they manage to uncover the Necronomicon, destroy it, as well as AI or another player. Versions for PS4 and PS5 are both accessible.

3.In November 2020, the third significant content update for the now-free-to-play loot-shooter Destiny 2: Beyond Light debuted. for additional information on that addition and the ones that the series has already released.

4.The third instalment of Roll7's skateboarding game series, OlliOlli World, was released in February 2022. It's a significant shift from the prior two games, giving up the earlier pixel- art and side-scrolling motion in favour of a cartoony, 2.5D perspective (which enables greater physics and stunts). There are PS4 and PS5 versions of OlliOlli World.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS5/PS4), Fallout 76 (PS4), and Axiom Verge 2 (PS5/PS4) are the PlayStation Plus Essential games for January. From now until February 7, members can claim them.

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