PS plus games for February 2022 Announced

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With such a loaded month of games in February, Sony are piling more into our gaming libraries. For the month of February we are receiving the following games for PS Plus:

Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep

Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure from the Borderlands series makes its entrance. With Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands on the horizon it’d be a good idea to try this first to see if you like the series.

This one shot has nothing to do with the main story of Borderlands 2 with the exception of mentioning old characters, so don’t feel like you cant enter the series with this one-shot. The Borderlands series is humorous and this is no exception. The music is amazing creating a real atmosphere of a fantasy role playing game. The enemies are creative, probably more creative than the mainline Borderlands. The One-shot is long enough with around 5-7 hours for the story, then around 10-15 hours for a completionist. This one-shot is definitely worth a try if you haven’t tried it yet.


Secondly we have UFC 4. You can create your own character (presumably customize them to look hilarious) and start your journey to becoming the newest champion of the UFC. The combat feels heavy and the punching and kicking has smooth movement. This new instalment has added new submissions, takedowns, dynamic striking inputs and a fluid clinch system. If you feel like beating your way up to the top, UFC 4 might be a good game to download.

Planet Coaster

Planet Coaster: Console Edition arrives only on PS5. You’ll have the ability to create your very own theme park at the tip of your fingers. Making sure your park looks as good as you want, while tending to your customers needs can be really addicting. This management sim may capture your imagination as you create your very own layout for your dream theme park. The two modes included career mode and sandbox mode.

We hope you enjoy your gaming experience on PlayStation this month!

Luke Maguire

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