Sony has confirmed the Playstation Plus freebies for the month of February, 2015.
Featured above, you can view a sizzle reel that showcases all of the games across Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita. The games coming to Playstation Plus in February are as follows:
- Transistor (PS4) From the creators of Bastion, Transistor is a sci-fi themed action RPG that invites you to wield an extraordinary weapon of unknown origin as you fight through a stunning futuristic city.
- Apotheon (PS4) The Gods of Olympus have abandoned humanity, leaving you to perish without their benevolence. Take up arms against the Gods, climb Mount Olympus, and take their divine powers for yourself to ensure mankind’s survival!
- Yakuza 4 (PS3) Yakuza 4 lets you explore the city of Tokyo in an unprecedented level of detail, experience every taboo in the underground world through the eyes of 4 revered men. Can you survive the dangers and temptations of the Japanese underworld?
- Thief (PS3) You are Garrett, the Master Thief. Step into the silent shoes of Garrett, a dark and solitary thief with an unrivaled set of skills. The most challenging heists, the most inaccessible loot, the best kept secrets: nothing is out of your reach.
- Rogue Legacy (PS Vita|PS4|PS3) A procedurally generated castle means every run is different. This is a Rogue-lite. Your character dies, but with each passing your lineage grows and becomes stronger. Tons of unique traits make every playthrough special, and with 10 different classes to master, there’s plenty of reason to come back for more (punishment)!
- Kick & Fennick (PS Vita) Soon after waking up in a desolate but colorful world, Kick meets a small flying robot named Fennick. When Fennick saves Kick from a menacing guard robot, they find out Fennick’s battery is broken. Together, they embark on an adventure to the Core Tower to find Fennick a new energy core.
Are you guys excited to pick up any of these games? (We’ve reviewed both Rogue Legacy and Transistor. Click through if you’re curious as to what we thought of them.)