PS Plus January 2019 free games revealed: Steep and Portal Knights

PlayStation Plus January 2019 Free Games Revealed

The Division Is Free For PS Plus Subscribers During January 2019

Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the games that will be provided to PlayStation Plus subscribers in January with no additional purchase necessary.

Ubisoft's Steep is the highlight of 2019's first crop of PlayStation Plus games.

Portal Knights, the enjoyable action RPG from Keen Games, is January's other PlayStation 4 title. Next week, PS4 owners can look forward to free downloadable games in the form of Steep and Portal Knight. Both games are good ones to play with your friends, depending on your tastes. The content will remain available for the user for as long as they continue to pay for the subscription. "Maybe there will be two each for PlayStation and Xbox, but I would be surprised if there were more than two, and I'm not sure whether Sony is committed to doing that", Pachter further explained. Also available for download on that day are the exclusive Toro Winter Dynamic Theme and Premium Musical Notes Final Fantasy Sound Selection.

PlayStation Plus January 2019 Free Games Revealed

Sony released the PlayStation Classic on December 3, confirming rumors that it was working on a competitor to Nintendo's line of miniature consoles. Members will receive these titles between January 1st and February 5, 2019. 2019 will see the end of Sony offering free PS3 and PS Vita games to its PS Plus subscribers, with the company choosing to focus exclusively on the PS4. You can subscribe to PlayStation Plus via this link.

Well, what do you think about the list of free games which coming soon on PlayStation Plus? It looks just like the original PlayStation, but it is much smaller and has been updated to work with more up-to-date TVs.

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