January is coming to a close and that means another set of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Sony has announced a new lineup of games for PS Plus members which includes Destruction AllStars, Control: Ultimate Edition, and Concrete Genie. All of these titles will be available to download from February 2nd.
Destruction AllStars (PlayStation 5)
Destruction AllStars was announced last year as one of the PlayStation 5 console launch titles. However, the game was delayed until now, so its addition to the PlayStation Plus freebies list is a nice and welcome surprise to everyone who was waiting for the release. If you haven’t heard about Destruction AllStars before, you should know that it’s an interesting vehicular combat game developed by Lucid Games. In it, you’ll assume control of one of the 16 AllStars – each featuring unique skills and hero vehicles – and will fight against other players in order to survive in an arena. Think Wipeout with additional skills for every new vehicle. If that sounds like your cup of tea, be sure to pick up your free copy. The game will be exclusive to PlayStation 5 owners with an active PlayStation Plus subscription and will be up for grabs for free until April.
Control: Ultimate Edition (PlayStation 4 + PlayStation 5)
Control needs no introduction as it’s one of the best action-adventure games in recent years. Control earned a lot of praise from gamers and critics for its great gameplay, visual representation, and story. The game’s Ultimate Edition contains the main game and all previously released Expansions, so it’s a superb value proposition considering the fact that the game is free for a limited time. We should also mention the fact that while Control: Ultimate Edition is a PS4 PS Plus offering, it’s also playable on PlayStation 5. The game will be up for grabs until March.
Concrete Genie (PlayStation 4)
Concrete Genie is yet another single-player action-adventure game featuring unique gameplay. In this game, the player will assume control of the protagonist named Ash on a quest to recover the lost pages of his doodle book. In this game, your art can come to life which is the defining feature of Concrete Genie. You’ll have to doodle your way through multiple encounters with bullies that are trying to ‘kill your art’. While it’s a fairly short game (to complete its story you shouldn’t take more than 5-6 hours), its interesting concept and an option to play it in VR earned it a fair amount of praise among gamers. Concrete Genie will be a great pick for everyone who’s looking for a shorter experience. The game will be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers until March.
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