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PlayStation Plus Monthly Titles for February 2024 Announced

On the last day of January, Sony revealed in a PlayStation Blog post its monthly lineup of what games PlayStation Plus Essential Tier members and above are getting this month.

February’s PlayStation Plus Titles will be available on February 6th

To get a better idea of what these PlayStation Plus titles have in store, check out the trailers and descriptions below:

Foamstars (PS4 & PS5)

Starting out first as the main featured game for this month is, of course, Foamstars, which is Sqaure Enix’s upcoming Splattoon-inspired 4v4 online party shooter which will see players mark their territory with foam which creates a slippery terrain to get across the map in style. PS4 and PS5 players will have a choice of playing from the cast of the hero shooter when the game launches day-and-date on PlayStation Plus this Tuesday.

Rollerdrome (PS4 & PS5)

The next game is Rollerdrome, which is described as a “high-octane third-person shooter experience like no other” by critically acclaimed studio Roll7. To put it mildly, it’s a bloodsport of a game that features both a hybrid of rollerblading and shooting as players jump off ramps or go up a halfpipe while shooting down enemies; hey, you even grind off walls, too. As you kill enemies with style alongside landing sweet tricks, PS4 and PS5 players will gain more health and ammunition in the game.

Steelrising (PS5)

Last but certainly not least is our only PS5 title for this month, and that is Steelrising, an action RPG set in alternate history Paris in which the French Revolution as an army of robots has taken over. Players can fight and explore through the streets, rooftops, neighbourhoods and castles as Aegis, a mysterious automaton masterpiece. Engage in ruthless and intense fights against technological marvels that are as complex as they are unforgiving.


In addition to the new games, PlayStation Plus members also get the new exclusive Icons Pack for Fall Guys, which comes with Aloy, Ratchet & Clank costumes and other cosmetic goodies. Sony is also adding a game trial for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, so if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber and haven’t picked up the game yet, you can try out the game for two hours of playtime of PlayStation’s most recent first-party offering with trophies and save progress transferring to the full game if you decide to purchase it.