PlayStation Plus February 2024 Games Led by Square Enix’s Latest
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PlayStation Plus February 2024 Games Led by Square Enix’s Latest

Sony confirmed the three PlayStation Plus February 2024 games. We already knew Square Enix’s Foamstars (PS4, PS5) would launch day-one on the service, and it will be joined by Rollerdome (PS4, PS5) and Steelrising (PS5). 

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Foamstars is an entirely new multiplayer game that is a third-person shooter not unlike Splatoon. However, players in the 4v4 title use foam as a way to get around and coat the map. It launches on February 6, 2024 on the service. It will be $29.99 when it leaves PlayStation Plus.

Rollerdome is another third-person shooter, but this one is a solo-only affair. It’s a futuristic game where players are on skates in the titular Rollerdome trying to survive while also investigating a corproration. It launched in August 2022 and normally costs $29.99.

Finally, Steelrising is an action-RPG set in an alternate version of the French Revolution. Players follow the bodyguard of Marie Antoinette, who is an automaton named Aegis, customizing their avatar’s attack style in the hopes of toppling King Louis XVI. It launched in September 2022 and normally is $49.99.

As a reminder, the January 2024 PlayStation Plus games were Evil West (PS4, PS5), Nobody Saves the World (PS4, PS5), and A Plague Tale: Requiem (PS5). They  can be claimed until February 5, 2024

The February 2024 PlayStation Plus games will be available on February 6, 2024. 

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