Sony has revealed that Destruction AllStars, Control: Ultimate Edition (PS4 and PS5!), and Concrete Genie are the PlayStation Plus games for February 2021.
Announced on PlayStation.Blog, all three games will be available on February 2, 2021. While Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie will only be available until March 1, Destruction AllStars will stay until April 5.
Alongside this news, PlayStation also shared its newest State of Play, and it is focused entirely on Destruction AllStars. It lasts nearly eight minutes, and gives an in-depth look at the “car-smashing, heart-pounding, thrill-seeking world of Destruction AllStars.”
Destruction AllStars screams onto PlayStation Plus next week.
State of Play arms you with everything you need to know before leaping into the arena. pic.twitter.com/YVqwsElZBD
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) January 27, 2021
Control: Ultimate Edition is a welcome one, as there was a bit of controversy over the fact that this version was the only one that would get the next-gen upgrades. Those who purchased the base game would have to buy Control again to get these improvements.
Control was our game of the year in 2019, and in our review, we said “thanks to a strong supporting cast, a well-written script, and plenty of intriguing breadcrumb trails, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my adventure through the shifting rooms of Oldest House. Jesse’s personal story feels like an afterthought next to that, but there’s enough to Control’s world that I remain invested in uncovering every secret, even though the story’s over.”
Concrete Genie was released on PS4 in 2019, and in our review, we said “Short and very sweet, Concrete Genie is a spellbinding experiment in player creativity.”
Concrete Genie also includes two additional modes that were designed for PS VR.
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