Fans of shooting things will be excited by Bioshock: Infinite and Metro Last Light. Meanwhile, it’s ta ta to titles including DMC: Devil May Cry and Remember Me.
Arriving on PS Plus:
29th January: Metro Last Light – PS3
29th January: BioShock Infinite – PS3
29th January: Dynasty Warriors Next – PS Vita
29th January: ModNation Racers: Road Trip – PS Vita
5th February: Outlast – PS4
Leaving PS Plus:
29th January: DmC Devil May Cry
29th January: Remember Me
29th January: Soul Sacrifice
29th January: Blazblue Continuum Shift Extend
29th January: GTA Liberty City Stories PSP
5th February: Don’t Starve
5th February: RESOGUN
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