Starting next year on March 8, 2019, the PS Plus monthly games lineup will focus on PS4 titles and no longer include PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita titles. The month of February looks like a good month for them and you'll see why when you see the free game lineup. Though at first it seems kind of unusual to make the entire season available for free, it does make some degree of sense. Instead of just 10GB of cloud storage, PS4 users now have access to 100GB for saves. GDC is the Game Developers Conference which is scheduled for the week of March 18.More news: Oregon Governor On Measles Outbreak: 'Get Your Kids Vaccinated ... Holy Smokes'
All six free PS Plus games can be added to your library through the PlayStation Store links below or through the PlayStation Store app on your console.
The buffed storage space will be available from February for PlayStation Plus subscribers.More news: Xbox Live Sign-In Issues Are Reportedly Resolved, Microsoft Offers Download Glitch Update
During his post, Daniel Ahmad states that Sony does have a couple of unannounced games coming to PlayStation 4 from some of their existing franchises.
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That is obviously a massive increase, but it's also worth noting that Sony's cloud storage services still seem to lag behind Microsoft's. GUNHOUSE and Rogue Aces for PS Vita round out the freebies this month. PlayStation 4 owners get Ubisoft's melee hero hack 'em up For Honor, and IO's stealth sandbox Hitman: The Complete First Season.