PS Plus Game Catalogue February 2023

February has given us the best month since the launch of the PlayStation Game Catalogue. These games are in addition to the PlayStation Plus Essentials you can find HERE.

All titles are available Tuesday February 21, 2023.

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium

  • Horizon Forbidden West – PS4, PS5
  • The Quarry – PS4, PS5
  • Resident Evil 7 – PS4
  • Outriders – PS4, PS5
  • Scarlet Nexus – PS4, PS5
  • Borderlands – PS4, PS5
  • Tekken 7 – PS4
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – PS4
  • Earth Defines Force 5 – PS4
  • Oninaki – PS4
  • Lost Sphear – PS4
  • I am Setsuna – PS4
  • The Forgotten City – PS4, PS5

PlayStation Premium Classics

  • The Legend of Dragoon – PS4, PS5
  • Wild Arms 2 – PS4, PS5
  • Harvest Moon: Back to Nature – PS4, PS5
  • Destroy All Humans! – PS4

Horizon Forbidden West was always going to come to the catalogue at some point being a PlayStation exclusive. Now that we know it dropped nearly a year to the day from its launch, we can probably expect this to be the case in the future, so expect God of War Ragnarök this November. I missed out on the Horizon sequel, although I am still contemplating replaying the first one again beforehand.

Another big release of last year was The Quarry, similar to Until Dawn. I think this game will be a big draw for the many people who already own Horizon Forbidden West. You also get Resident Evil 7 (only the PS4 version), notably this was in the PS Collection that will be discontinued in the coming months. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is the perfect sort of game I want to play through the game catalogue because in all likelihood it won’t be for me, however if it is I will be getting the Top Gun: Maverick DLC. There are some great RPGs to play like I am Setsuna. Another interesting pick is the mystery game The Forgotten City with the unique setting of Ancient Rome.

As for the classics we get the beloved game, The Legend of Dragon, as well as the sequel for Wild Arms. Finally Harvest Moon: Back to Nature marks three beloved PS1 titles this month. I think these three titles will see an increase in players joining the Premium tier. Personally, I will probably wait to see if there are trophies attached to these titles at launch or wait till they add them in.

Overall, a fantastic month with diverse titles that should fit to most gamers needs.

Are you happy with this month’s picks from PlayStation?

Robert Ring