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February's Free PS Plus Games Are An Absolute Steal

Sony has announced February's free PlayStation Plus games, and they are Destruction AllStars, Control: Ultimate Edition, and Concrete Genie.

"Next month's PlayStation Plus lineup is all about creativity," said Adam Michel, senior manager of game services content at Sony Interactive Entertainment, in the PlayStation Blog. "Dazzle the crowds with creative chaos as you run, ram, and slam in the vehicular combat of Destruction AllStars, showcase your artistic side with some magical portraiture in Concrete Genie and get inventive with supernatural abilities in order to save your skin in Control."


Destruction AllStars is a new multiplayer action title from Lucid Games featuring vehicular combat on the PlayStation 5. It allows you to choose one of 16 competitors inside four game modes to gain the title of Global Destruction Federation Champion. Timing, tactics, and skill are key in free-for-all battles and team challenges. You'll be using your character's parkour skills and three common vehicle types, as well as hero abilities and hero vehicles to win. It had originally been slated as a launch title for the next-gen system but was delayed.

Control: Ultimate Edition is a third-person action adventure from Remedy Entertainment. It contains the base game from 2019 and the Foundation and AWE expansions in a simplified form designed for the PlayStation 4 and 5. In the game, players become Jesse Faden, director of the Federal Bureau of Control, as it is invaded by an ominous enemy. Making this title a free PS Plus games isn't sitting well with some Control fans, though, who were told last year that the original game would not be optimized for the next-generation systems, and they would have to buy Control: Ultimate Edition to get the new features associated with the PlayStation 5 version.


Concrete Genie is the 2019 action adventure developed by Pixelopus for Sony in which players take on the role of the imaginative teen Ash, who uses a magic paintbrush to transform the gloomy and polluted city of Denska. The Living Paint helps create Genies to assist players in solving puzzles, running off the bullies, and unlocking new abilities. The game includes two PSVR modes, including a Free Paint mode, to create immersive landscapes.

You'll have a full two months, until Monday, April 5, to download Destruction AllStars. If you want Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie, get them before Monday, March 1. If you haven't gotten January's PS Plus titles, yet, make sure you download Maneater, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Greedfall to your console by Monday, February 1. 

And if you haven't joined PlayStation Plus yet, you're not taking full advantage of your PlayStation's multiplayer capabilities. Subscribe now for $59.99 per year or $9.99 per month.