With just a few days left of January, Sony posted the list of free PlayStation Plus games coming in February 2020, and they definitely got a few zingers here. So, it's Bioshock: The Collection, The Sims 4 and Firewall Zero Hour.
All of the games are available from 4 February to 2 March 2020, so you still have some time to pick up the January games. Oh and in before you call the PlayStation maker stingy or something, note 'The Collection' part next to Bioshock, which means you're getting all three instalments in the iconic franchise.
"From the undersea city of Rapture to the airborne metropolis of Columbia, BioShock: The Collection takes players on monumental journeys through awe-inspiring, deceptively dangerous places that are simply unforgettable. BioShock: The Collection features all three games in this award-winning series - BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite - remastered in 1080p, including all single-player add-on content", Sony wrote.
At the same time, this is a reminder that the Bioshock franchise is not dead yet, despite its writer and director Ken Levine leaving the AAA stage to develop smaller games with a reduced team. The new Bioshock has been confirmed back in December is in development by Cloud Chamber, making this a great opportunity to brush up on the franchise, especially if you somehow missed it.
PS Plus' second February offering is The Sims 4, and this one is quite symbolic for EA and creator Will Wright as the franchise is celebrating its 20th birthday.
It's probably one of the most popular sim games around but if you somehow missed it - it's about virtual people and seeing them through whatever flavour of trouble they're heading for that day. No, not like reality TV - this is real stuff here, wink wink.
Last but not least is Firewall Zero Hour, which is only available to VR owners. "Become a hired contractor and expertly seize – or protect – sensitive information from opposing teams in Firewall Zero Hour, a 4v4 tactical shooter developed exclusively for PS VR", the description reads.
You can find Sony's announcement on the PS Blog .