New free games will be available for Playstation Plus and Xbox Live Gold members in February. For a limited time, subscribers will have access to all the titles below (in addition to the usual benefits of Microsoft and Sony’s console-enhancing memberships). There’s also still time to grab January’s freebies before their gone for good!
If you’re not yet a subscriber, don’t miss your chance to save some cash on a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live membership through CDKeys.com:
PS Plus Free Games February 2020
Bioshock: The Collection | Available 4th February to 2nd March
The Sims 4 | Available 4th February to 2nd March
Firewall Zero Hour (PlayStation VR required) | Available 4th February to 2nd March
If you’re not a PlayStation Plus member yet, you’re not only missing out on online play, you’re also missing out on free games like the ones above every month. Here’s exactly what a PS Plus membership gets you:
- Online Play: If you’re not playing online, you’re not getting the most out of your PlayStation experience and you’re missing out on a lot of gaming fun!
- Cloud Storage: Save your progress on one system, and then continue your game on a different one! Cloud storage allows you to save up to 100GB of game save data that you can access on-the-go.
- Free Games: Who doesn’t like free stuff? All the free games offered each month are yours to download and play 24/7 as long as your subscription is active.
Xbox Live Games with Gold February 2020
TT Isle of Man | Available 1st February to 29th February on Xbox One
Call of Cthulhu | Available 16th February to 15th March on Xbox One
Fable Heroes | Available 1st February to 15th February on Xbox One & Xbox 360
Star Wars Battlefront | Available 16th February to 29th February on Xbox One & Xbox 360
Free games aren’t the only good thing about a Games with Gold subscription. Here are some of the other features that come with upgrading to Xbox Live Gold:
- Access to Microsoft’s most advanced online multiplayer service
- Exclusive access to Deals With Gold – special sales that give you up to 75% off games in the Xbox Store, every single week
- Demos and different content way before basic Xbox Live subscribers
- A better way to group up with friends and a way to chat cross-platform between Xbox One and Windows 10
- And, of course, free games every month
Which service has better free games this month? Xbox Live or PS Plus? Let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page!