Following a recent leak, the company announced on Wednesday that February’s PlayStation Plus Essential titles are OlliOlli World (PS5/PS4), Mafia Definitive Edition (PS4), Evil Dead: The Game (PS5/PS4) and Destiny 2: Beyond Light (PS5/PS4 DLC).
Subscribers will be able to claim the games from February 7 until March 6.
Sony has also announced that the PlayStation Plus Collection, a library of 20 PS4 games which subscribers can play on PS5, will be pulled in May.
Essential is the entry-level PlayStation Plus membership tier, which offers subscribers access to a few ‘free’ games every month.
Players can continue to play these games even after they’re no longer available to claim at the end of the monthly period as long as they continue to subscribe to PlayStation Plus Essential (or a higher tier).
Once their membership ends, they’ll no longer be able to play these games unless they resubscribe.
Subscribers to the Extra and Premium tiers of PlayStation Plus also receive access to a library of downloadable PS4 and PS5 titles. January’s Game Catalog additions included Back 4 Blood, Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition, Life is Strange, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Jett: The Far Shore, and Just Cause 4 Reloaded.
PlayStation Plus Premium also offers members a selection of PS1, PS2 and PSP games to download, and PS3 games via cloud streaming. January’s additions to the Classics Catalog were Syphon Filter 3 (PS1), Star Wars Demolition (PS1) and Hot Shots Golf 2 (PS1).