Playstation Plus free games for February 2016: 'Crypt of the Necrodancer' not on the list but 'Not a Hero' might be


With only a week to go before PlayStation finally announces the lineup for the free games the subscribers of their service “PlayStation Plus” will get in February, speculations about which titles may be included are already circulating online.

Compared to previous announcements, there are no leaks about the possible games this time. However, according to Latin Post, “Not a Hero” and “Crypt of the Necrodancer” are among thosse getting the most buzz among fans. The former is predicted to be part of the promotion next month.

For those who may be wondering if the very popular indie game “Crypt of the Necrodancer” will be available with no charge as it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on the same day the PS Plus free games will be unveiled, the official Twitter account of the game shared that players have to purchase a copy.

In a correspondence with a user, the handler of the account straight up answered with, “No, it will not be free.”

Other titles rumored to be part of the list include “Resident Evil HD” for PlayStation 3, “Shovel Knight” for PS4 and PS Vita, or “Metal Slug 3.” But it remains to be seen if these will really be included.

Meanwhile, those who originally signed up for the subscription since it has been launched for the PS3 will receive a printed personalized plaque for their loyalty in availing the service for more than five years.

For those who want to be part of the PS Plus, they may able to do so by choosing between subscribing for 3 months to a whole year for around $49.99. This allows them access to two free games being rolled out every month for PS3, PS4, and Vita, additional discounts on games in the PlayStation store, and participation in online multiplayers.

The roster of free games are expected to be announced on Feb. 2.