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For Honor, Hitman and more cloud storage in PS Plus February

Published: 21:26, 30 January 2019
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PlayStation Plus subscribers will get their hands on For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season starting 05 February 2019. Sony are also increasing cloud storage for all subscribers which will now enjoy 100GB of space instead of 10GB.

Sony have announced a full list of games which are getting introduced to the PlayStation Plus offer in February 2019. The biggest names are certainly Ubisoft's melee action For Honor and Square Enix's Hitman: Season 1. These two titles will be available from 05 February to 05 March 2019.

Another bonus for PS Plus members is increased cloud storage. The available storage space currently sits at only 10GB but in just a couple of days, Sony will increase it to 100GB. 

Additionally, PS3 and PS Vita owners are getting Divekick, which is a parody fighting title from Iron Galaxy Studios. The developers describe it as the "world’s first two-button fighting game". Kojima's critically acclaimed Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots is also included for PlayStation 3 owners while Gunhouse and Rogue Aces are dropping on PS Vita.

Sony also reminded that after 08 March 2019, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita games will no longer be offered as part of the PS Plus monthly games lineup, so you better grab them while you can. All previously downloaded games will stay in your library though, as long as you remain a PS Plus member.

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Just like every month, new games are available at discounted prices. This time Sony included a 50 per cent price drop for Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Gold Edition, Borderlands 2 VR at 25 per cent discount and Astro Bot Rescue Mission which is down 20 per cent from its regular price.

The sale runs until 05 February 2019 so if any of these games are your cup of tea make sure to grab them before the offer expires.

Sony recently got in for misleading customers with a lack of information on PS Plus subscription, so make sure to always read the fine print.

For Honor, action-fighting title developed by Ubisoft North

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