PlayStation 4 owners should be getting used to free indie games by now, but next month’s offerings are a little bit more exciting. First up is Transistor, the action-RPG from Bastion developer Supergiant Games that Austin named his favorite game of 2014! Also free is Apotheon, a Greek-inspired 2D action-RPG — it will be free for PlayStation Plus members as soon as it releases on February 3rd.
PlayStation 3 owners get a bit of a mixed bag next month. Last February’s Thief reboot will be available, as will Yakuza 4. This comes off of December’s announcement that Yakuza 5 will finally make its way to the West this year.
Vita owners get a few gems next month, as well. Kick & Fennick, a 2.5D action sidescroller will be making its way to the system, free for Plus members at release, while “Rogue-lite” Rogue Legacy will be free for not only PlayStation Vita, but PS3 and PS4, as well. And yes, the game supports cross-save.
Microsoft really dropped the ball for February, but PlayStation Plus has started 2015 with two very solid months. Hopefully it’s a trend that continues for the whole year.