For the remainder of January, PlayStation Plus subscribers can still redeem three exciting titles offered to its users. Well, it goes on until February 2 that players can install the titles. Those being Greedfall, Maneater, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider – all three are surely notable releases that PlayStation Plus owners would regret not picking up.
But to retrace our steps back to October this past fall, Sony Interactive Entertainment issued an unfortunate delay for Lucid Games’ Destruction All-Stars. What makes the announcement relevant to the topic is that the PlayStation 5 title will be available in the February 2021 lineup for PlayStation Plus. Now, as you might expect, the full roster for next month’s free titles are out in the open.
In a new PlayStation Blog post, it is revealed that Destruction All-Stars alongside Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie are all being featured for PlayStation Plus next month. As part of the game’s arrival, Sony Interactive Entertainment held a new State of Play presentation which you can watch below:
To make some clarifications – some of these titles are only unique to certain platforms. Remedy Entertainment’s project is said to be available on both PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5. However, Destruction All-Stars is only playable for the next-generation unit. Even more, virtual reality experience Concrete Genie is only operable on PlayStation 4 since the new system does not support PlayStation VR for some PlayStation 4 titles already.
But, while PlayStation 5 owners cannot redeem the Pixelopus-developed title, that does not mean VR support will never come to PlayStation 5. Sony Interactive Entertainment Platform Planning and Management Senior Vice President Hideaki Nishino commented that he views a future with PlayStation VR ahead. You can read the full report by heading here.
Are you happy with the PlayStation Plus lineup?
Destruction All-Stars, Control: Ultimate Edition, And Concrete Genie come to PlayStation Plus on February 2, 2021 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 respectively.
Source: PlayStation Blog