Sony has confirmed Horizon Forbidden West, Borderlands 3, Scarlet Nexus and Resident Evil 7 are coming to the PlayStation Plus games catalogue, after news leaked earlier today.
The orginal information came from Billbil-kun, who has previously released accurate lists of upcoming PS Plus titles.
Each of the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games are decent at worst and excellent at best, depending on your tastes. Resident Evil 7 is a modern classic and kicked off a new age of first-person Resident Evil games. It did a lot to push horror games back into the limelight thanks to its mix of classic Resident Evil style and a refreshing new perspective. It’s well worth a play if you somehow missed it.
Borderlands 3 is a superb looter shooter, packed with content and is a brilliant bit of fun as long as you can stomach it’s brand of humour. It’s especially good in co-op, so if you’ve got a few friends with a PS Plus subscription this is a good opportunity to get some pals together for a few evenings on Pandora.
Horizon Forbidden West is a banger too, for those of you who are a fan of western third person action games. It’s a unique world packed with tense fights against giant machines, with an intriguing story threaded between the exhilarating action. Great if you want a new game to power through.
Finally we have Scarlet Nexus. It’s an anime souls-like with a lot of heart and some interesting twists on the genre standard. If you’re fine with how it looks, you’ll find challenging combat and interesting characters throughout. A nice game to grab if you’ve not been on the edge of your seat in a while.
Other titles include The Quarry, Outriders, Tekken 7, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, Earth Defense Force 5, Oninaki, Lost Sphear, I Am Setsuna, and The Forgotten City.
PlayStation Premium Classics offerings are The Legend of Dragoon, Wild Arms 2, Harvest Moon: Back to Nature, and Destroy All Humans.
All will be made available on February 21.
What do you think of this line-up? If you want a look at the current PS Plus games catalogue, check out our list of all the PlayStation Plus games for an up-to-date list.