Sony has revealed its lineup of free PlayStation Plus games for February 2019, and it's also announcing a huge increase to its cloud storage limit.
The selection also includes the last free titles for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita via the subscription service.
Free PS Plus Games: February 2019
This time around, members are getting two 2016 games for the PlayStation 4: For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season.
For the uninitiated, For Honor is an action brawler from Ubisoft that earned the praise of many game reviewers online. On the other hand, Hitman: The Complete First Season is a reboot of the franchise, and it's considered as one of the best stealth games to ever launch.
Meanwhile, Divekick (cross-buy with PS Vita) and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots are going up for the PS3, and Gunhouse (cross-buy with PS4) and Rogue Aces (cross-buy with PS4) for the PS Vita.
These are scheduled to be available starting on Feb. 5. The PS4 games will be up until March 5, while the PS3 and PS Vita until March 8.
Last PS Plus Games For The PS3, PS Vita
The aforementioned titles will be the last ones to come for the PS3 and PS Vita via PS Plus. Beyond March 8, Sony won't offer any more games for those platforms.
Cloud Storage Increase
Sony is going to beef up the cloud storage capacity that comes with PlayStation Plus tenfold, bumping the amount from 10 GB to 100 GB in February.
Obviously, one big benefit here is more local storage space, as data can be offloaded to the cloud, not to mention that players can access their data on different systems more easily.
PlayStation VR Sale
In the blog post, Sony also mentioned that it's holding a sale on PSVR titles. For those who are interested, here's what it has to offer:
• Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality; Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition: 50 percent off
• Borderlands 2 VR: 25 percent off
• Astro Bot Rescue Mission: 20 percent off