February PS+ Line-Up

PlayStation users can play three games as part of the January line-up for PS Plus.

PlayStation users that have an active subscription to PlayStation Plus will get access to three amazing games next month.

According to a reputable leaker, billbil-kun, the January line-up includes one Star Wars game, one Microsoft-owned game, and one indie game. Players will enjoy Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Fallout 76, and Axiom Verge 2 for no additional cost.

The leaker’s claim is quite intriguing due to many reasons. The inclusion of Fallen Order makes sense, as it could convince many players to purchase its sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which is targeting a March release.

The presence of Fallout 76 is even more fascinating, as the game is owned by Microsoft — a direct Sony competitor. Axiom Verge is the only title that is not surprising, as indie games are often added to PS Plus.

January is a little more than a week away, meaning we should get an official announcement from Sony soon. While this information came from a reputable leaker, we recommend you take all of this with a grain of salt.

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