Free PS Plus Games for February 2018 Include Rime and Knack

Free PS Plus Games for February 2018 Include Rime and Knack

That's right folks, Knack is back.

Another month, another incoming slate of free games for PS Plus subscription members.

For February, PlayStation 4 owners will get access to Knack and Rime for free, while PlayStation 3 owners can play Spelunker HD and Mugen Souls Z. Lastly, PS Vita owners can try out Exile's End and Grand Kingdom, both of which are available on PS4 through Cross-Buy. There's even a bonus game for PSVR users in the form of Starblood Arena.

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Knack, is the 3D adventure game from Sony Japan and PlayStation designer Mark Cerny, though you might know it better as the inspiration of some internet memes. Rime meanwhile, is a gorgeous looking puzzle adventure game from Tequila Works. You can check out our Rime Review here. All PS Plus games for the month will be available on February 6.

This is also a friendly reminder to download January's free PS Plus games if you haven't already. They include Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Batman: The Telltale Series.

February PS Plus Games

PS4

  • Knack
  • Rime

PS3

  • Spelunker HD
  • Mugen Souls Z

PS Vita

  • Grand Kingdom
  • Exile's End

PSVR

  • Starblood Arena

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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