As Ahmad pointed out, the upcoming Game Developers Conference, due to take place between 18 and 22 March 2019 in San Francisco, is likely to bring further revelations about development for the PlayStation 5. Seemingly to offset the loss of these games, Sony is making some changes to another perk offered through PS Plus.
It's now unclear whether Sony is looking to replace PS3 and Vita offerings with something else. And don't forget - every free game from January is still available until the new Instant Game Collection arrives next week.
As for PlayStation Plus' free games for February, gamers can look forward to For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season. The lineup also includes two-button fighting game Divekick and action-adventure title Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, both for PS3, and Gunhouse and Rouge Aces, both for PS Vita.
The PS3 and PS Vita games will be available until March 8. Or, if you want to flip the experience entirely, go the PvP route with Ubisoft's For Honor - you even have the option to be a Samurai, come on! We'll continue to prioritize the benefits you receive through your PS Plus membership, such as online multiplayer, online game save storage, PS4 monthly games, and exclusive PS Store discounts across content and network services. We guess you could stockpile a few, or get friends and family additional codes as gifts, if you are feeling that generous.