Free PlayStation Plus games for January 2019 | PlayStation 3

Консоль Sony Play Station Classic провалилась в продажах

Консоль Sony Play Station Classic провалилась в продажах

If you're looking for more post-Christmas game deals that might help to pad out your library this year, the January Playstation Plus games lineup has been announced by Sony.

It is important to note that these games will be part of PlayStation Plus from the first Tuesday of next month; that is, on January 1.

In the action-RPG Portal Knights, you'll step into the fantastic and unknown. Next week, PS4 owners can look forward to free downloadable games in the form of Steep and Portal Knight. It's a fine game for the winter months, with skiing, wing-suit flying, snowboarding, and paragliding among the pursuits on offer. Both games are good ones to play with your friends, depending on your tastes.

Specifically, PS Plus subscribers will be able to get their hands on the magnificient Zone of Enders HD Collection, a compilation of the mech-action games produced by Metal Gear's Hideo Kojima in a single package, along with Harmonix's rhythm game Amplitude. WRC 6 FIA World Rally Championship will be available as a free download from January 16 to February 15.

Sony released the PlayStation Classic on December 3 for $99, with 20 built-in games included. One thing which you must keep it in your mind is that you can enjoy all these games only if you have a Plus subscription.

In addition to these games on PS4, PS Plus users also get The Warframe: PlayStation Plus Booster Pack III, which has a little bit of everything to jump-start your game.

All of January's free games will be available for PS Plus subscribers to download starting New Year's Day, January 1st. It looks just like the original PlayStation, but it is much smaller and has been updated to work with more up-to-date TVs.

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