For Honor & Hitman headed to PlayStation Plus in February

03 February, 2019, 07:34 | Author: Patty Hardy
  • Sony launches 2TB PlayStation hard drive

Meanwhile, PS Plus members will get six games for free next month, like usual. The selection includes exciting titles like Hitman: The Complete First Season and For Honor.

February 2019 will be the final month of PlayStation Plus where PlayStation 3 and PS Vita games are offered. Enjoy fast-paced action and the franchise's unique brand of humor as you take down your targets using anything you can get your hands on. Experience the chaos of war and choose between Viking, Knight, and Samurai factions to find your ideal fighting style.

We've known since previous year that the February 2019 lineup of PlayStation Plus games would mark the final month in which subscribers receive free games for PS3 and Vita. This may prove frustrating to those hoping to stockpile games before eventually picking up a PS Vita or PS3 down the road.

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Seagate has been offering its Game Drive external hard drives aimed at console games for years now, with 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities already available for the PS4. It's a great choice for those who enjoy fighting games, but don't like getting distracted by complex combat systems and controls.

On the PS3 side, we have a fitting title for the last month of PS Plus freebies on Sony's last-gen console.

Grab the titles from this month before they are no longer available of course! This is due to the sheer scale of the game and the fact it was built exclusively with the PlayStation 3's complex Cell microprocessor, which can be hard to emulate.

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