Asian gamers will have not two, but a whopping five new games to look forward to in the PlayStation Plus Asia February 2020 lineup. Not only are they some of the most exciting games we’ve received in months, but they also provide immense value for money, especially for what you’re paying your monthly subscription.
From 4 February to 2 March 2020, PS Plus Asia subscribers will be able to redeem the Bioshock The Collection, The Sims 4, and Firewall Zero Hour.
BioShock The Collection
The BioShock The Collection alone is already worth more than a month’s PS Plus subscription, especially since it contains three great games. This includes the 2007 classic BioShock, its 2010 sequel BioShock 2, and the most recent title in the franchise, 2013’s divisive BioShock Infinite.
Despite releasing more than a decade ago, the first BioShock remains one of the best video games ever made, due to its morally-complex storyline, immersive atmosphere, and engaging first-person combat during gameplay. The BioShock The Collection features remastered versions of all three BioShock games with all their previously-released DLC.
The Sims 4
I remember having a lot of fun as a kid playing The Sims 2 on my PS2. The Sims 4 is the latest instalment in EA’s long-running life simulation franchise. There’s a reason why this game is being offered as part of the PS Plus February 2020 lineup.
It’s because The Sims franchise is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the very same month this year. The Sims 4 has tons of expansions and content, so fans of the franchise will have lots of the game to look forward to.
Firewall Zero Hour
Firewall Zero Hour is a 4v4 multiplayer tactical shooter developed exclusively for PlayStation VR, where players can become a hired contractor and expertly seize (or protect) sensitive information from opposing team.
The game’s new season, Operation: Black Dawn, also begins on 4 February 2020, which will introduce a new map (Oil Rig) for all players. It’s the best time to jump into the game for the first time, but make sure you already have a PS VR headset before you download and install Firewall Zero Hour.
If this is Sony Interactive Entertainment’s attempt to promote PlayStation Plus and drive new subscriptions, they’re doing a pretty good job so far in 2020. The inclusion of BioShock The Collection might also have something to do with the new BioShock game currently in development.
In the meantime, check out the trailer below courtesy of PlayStation Asia.