Sony revealed the February 2021 round of PlayStation Plus games. We already knew Destruction AllStars would be among the three games. Now, we know Concrete Genie and Control: Ultimate Edition will be the other two. You’ll be able to pick them up at the PlayStation Store starting on February 2, 2021.
Concrete Genie is the action-adventure PS4 game with PSVR compatibility. Players follow Ash as he uses a magic brush to restore a dilapidated town named Denska and deal with bullies. It launched back in October 2019 and normally costs $29.99.
Control: Ultimate Edition is the full PS4 and PS5 version of the action-adventure game with shooter elements. You follow Jesse Faden as she uses Objects of Power to use special abilities to investigate and take back the Federal Bureau of Control’s Oldest House. It debuted back in August 2019. This version of the game normally costs $39.99.
Destruction AllStars puts players in arenas with cars. Your goal is to cause as much damage to your opponents as possible. You’ll be able to be both in and out of the vehicles as you play. It will launch on February 2, 2021. Its normal price, outside of PlayStation Plus, will be $69.99.
Here’s a Destruction AllStars video. It offers an explanation of the game ahead of its PlayStation Plus February 2021 debut.
As a reminder, you have until February 1, 2021 to get the January 2021 PlayStation Plus games. They were Greedfall (PS4), Maneater (PS5), and Shadow of the Tomb Raider (PS4).