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PlayStation and Xbox released free games from February for their consoles – 02/02/2019



Sony and Microsoft announced the catalog of video games for their corresponding online services PS Plus and Xbox Live Aur, respectively. Usually every month, this February is not an exception for the arrival of new free games that end the gamers' attention.

Next, we'll tell you what the options for each of the consoles are:

Xbox Live Aur

In the online service for Xbox One or Xbox 360, which is Microsoft owned, unpaid games can be downloaded in February this weekend and until the first days of March.

Supporters of the latest Xbox One console are available Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (from February 1 to 28) and the last title of the Bomberman saga: Super Bomberman R (between February 16 and March 15). In the first one, we will take the role of Zangetsu, a demon killer who will join other characters, each with their own abilities, to go through different situations and fight the dark forces. Ideally for those who love games in style Castelvania.

And that's not all: there are also incompatible titles, that is, those who work with previous generations of consoles may be used in the most modern brand. So there are cases of Crew Assassin's Creue a Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Both were launched for the Xbox 360.

PlayStation Pus

In the Sony console they appear options in all ranges of consoles & marks – PS4, PS Vita and PS3 – but unlike Xbox, the games games will be able to download the next Tuesday, February 5.

Amongst the options for PlayStation 4 in February, it came out I Honor Hitman. The first, launched in 2017, focuses on third-party battles between Vikings, Samurai and medieval knights; while the latter brings Agent 47 back to commit murder in France, Italy, Morocco, Thailand, Japan and the US.

They are also available to download unpaid Divekick (PS3, PS Life) Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3) Gunhouse (PS4, PS Life) a Aces beetles (PS4, PS Life).

On the other hand, Sony confirmed a significant increase in space in the cloud for all users registered in the PlayStation Plus service. Now they have 100 GB of space to save games and thus not store storage of your console.


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