PlayStation gamers that haven’t yet purchased the awesome BioShock Infinite and Metro: Last Light games, might be interested to learn that both will soon be free to play via the PS Plus service.
Sony has this week revealed that the two games will be the February Instant Game Collection offering, allowing interested gamers to download the full games if they have a PlayStation Plus account.
Once download the games are yours to play any time you like as long as you keep your PlayStation Plus account. PS4 owners, should also make sure they pick up the terrifying Outlast game from the development team at Red Barrels, from February 5th 2014.
“Metro: Last Light picks up from the cataclysmic events of Metro 2033, returning hero Artyom is now a Ranger, and D6, the secret underground vault discovered at the tail end of the last game, is your new ‘safe’ haven. Chock full of food and supplies it’s become the Metro system’s most coveted station city. Unfortunately for you, that also means you’re now squarely in the crosshairs of the underground’s more hostile inhabitants…”
For more information on the new PS Plus offerings jump over to the official Sony PS Plus website for details.
Source: EurogamerFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News