Sony recently announced that it will be giving away some of 2013’s most popular PlayStation games to lucky PlayStation Plus subscribers in January 2014. The repertoire of games includes titles for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and the handheld PS Vita. Sony also released a video via its PlayStation blog, showcasing its upcoming library of free games to members during January.
PlayStation Plus is offering “Don’t Starve,” a wilderness survival game developed by Kiel Entertainment as part of the Instant Game Collection for the PS4 during January. It will also be offering Irrational Games’ 2013 first-person shooter “Bioshock Infinite,” 505 Games’ adventure game “Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons” and Ninja Theory’s action-adventure hack and slash title “DmC: Devil May Cry” for the PlayStation 3.
The handheld PS Vita will also receive two titles, including Team 17’s “Worms: Battle Island” and Climax Studios’ educational title “Smart A--"
Free games are only available to PlayStation Plus subscribers, which costs $49.99 annually, or $9.99 per individual month. European subscribers will be able to play the PS4’s “Don’t Starve,” while also gaining access to 2K Games’ “Borderlands 2” and “DmC: Devil May Cry.” European Vita owners will also receive Japan Studio’s action adventure “Soul Sacrifice” and Aksys Games’ 2D fighter “BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend.”
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