Online multiplayer modes for PS4 and PS5 games will be accessible without a PlayStation Plus subscription from 12.01am on February 12 until 11.59pm on February 14 local time, PlayStation Europe tweeted.
Players who want to participate in the promotion will require a PlayStation Network account.
The number of PlayStation Plus subscribers totalled 48 million as of December 2021, according to the Sony.
February’s PlayStation Plus games, which are free for subscribers to download, are UFC 4 (PS4), Planet Coaster: Console Edition (PS5), and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure (PS4).
Details on an Xbox Game Pass competitor service reportedly being planned by PlayStation emerged in December.
According to documents seen by Bloomberg, the new subscription service is codenamed ‘Spartacus’ and will combine the current PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services, phasing out the branding of the latter.
February’s PlayStation Now games are Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition, Death Squared, Little Big Workshop and Through the Darkest of Times.
Sony rolled out new PS5 and PS4 system software beta updates this week, introducing changes to how parties work. PS5 beta participants in the US and UK can also test new ‘Hey, PlayStation!’ voice command features for finding and launching games and apps, as well as controlling media playback.