Sony has announced the six new games coming to PlayStation Plus in January 2019.
Ubisoft’s Steep is the highlight of 2019’s first crop of PlayStation Plus games. It’s a fine game for the winter months, with skiing, wing-suit flying, snowboarding, and paragliding among the pursuits on offer.
Portal Knights, the enjoyable action RPG from Keen Games, is January’s other PlayStation 4 title.
Another action RPG comes to PS Vita – as well as PS4 via Cross Play – in the shape of Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion. PS Vita owners also get Cybernate’s tricksy platformer shooter, Super Mutant Alien Assault.
January’s PS Plus games are rounded off by Amplitude and Zone of the Enders HD Collection on PlayStation 3.
All six games will be available to download from January 1, 2019. Here’s the full lineup.
PlayStation Plus free games – January 2019
- Portal Knights
- Zone of the Enders HD Collection
- Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion (and PS4)
- Super Mutant Alien Assault
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